Photograph courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
Nitin Nohria, scheduled to step down June 30, will remain dean through 2020.
Students transition to online learning—perhaps for the rest of the semester—and are asked not to return after spring break.
Photograph courtesy of the New York Immigration Coalition
Steven Choi, J.D. ’04, works—and fights—at the vitriolic epicenter of immigration politics.
Frank Hu confronts the triple threats of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change.
The Law School launches a “Shield Working Group,” Allston update, keeping tabs on “fake news,” and more
A brief look at a Harvard Law School professor's long journey
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
A Harvard Law School initiative calls for a revitalized labor law “to shift power from corporations to workers.”
From left: Co-panelists Nienke Grossman '99, J.D.'04, Terry Karl, Suzanna Challen, Ph.D.'11, Charna Sherman '80, Sejal Singh, and Debra Katz Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG
Accusers of former Harvard government professor Jorge Domínguez speak out about their experiences.