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News@Law, 10/05/2018

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Financial Times
Law firms act as beacons to show the way
“When you think about the legal profession, what is remarkable is how little it has fundamentally changed over such a long period of time,” says David Wilkins, faculty director of the Center on the Legal Profession at Harvard Law School. Law has been resistant to some of the bigger changes sweeping the world economy. Globalisation, the rise and speed of new technology, including mobile technology — “all these things are transforming the economy, but they aren’t transforming us”, says Prof Wilkins. “Law is a lagging indicator.”
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The Harvard Crimson
As Kavanaugh Vote Approaches, Students Protest Nominee in Harvard Yard With Signs and Chants
Lofting signs and bellowing chants, members of the Harvard International Socialists rallied in Harvard Yard Thursday afternoon to protest the nomination of Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court — continuing a string of demonstrations against the judge at Harvard over the past week...Law School student Samantha E. Rodriguez [`20] said she believes the pressure that students have been placing on Kavanaugh contributed to his decision to depart HLS. “It was the vast number of emails that he was getting, the calls he was getting — from not only folks that go to the school, from people all over the country,” Rodriguez said. “They’re outraged.”“I think it exactly, for me, really shows the importance of really organizing and making our voices heard,” she added.
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