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Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Drops Out of U.S. News Rankings

Harvard Law School will stop participating in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings, the school announced Wednesday.

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Harvard Law School

Experts Discuss the Future of Abortion Law at Harvard Law School Panel

A panel of legal scholars hosted at Harvard Law School on Thursday discussed the future of United States abortion law following the Supreme Court’s decision in June to overturn the constitutional right to abortion.

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Endpaper

Skating Beyond Legacy Lines

You can only circle an area so many times before the joy dulls into monotony.

Jeremy C. Hendley (cropped)
Harvard Law School

‘Always Thinking of Others’: Harvard Law School Student Jeremy Hendley Remembered for Selflessness

Whether it was as a husband, friend, co-worker, student, or dog dad, first-year Harvard Law School student Jeremy C. Hendley always found selfless ways to solve others’ problems, according to friends and family.

HLS Sit-In
Harvard Law School

HLS Sit-In

The Harvard Law School Alliance for Reproductive Justice organized a nine-hour sit-in at Wasserstein Hall to advocate for greater educational resources dedicated toward reproductive rights.

HLS Sit-In
Student Life

Hundreds of Harvard Law School Students Participate in Sit-In for Increased Legal Education in Reproductive Rights

Hundreds of Harvard Law School students participated in a day-long sit-in on Tuesday to demand that the school’s administration increase educational opportunities related to reproductive rights.

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Politics

Harvard Law School Students Stage Walk-Out During Panel on Abortion Rights

A Thursday panel event at the Law School halted to sounds of shuffling and zipping backpacks as approximately 75 students staged a walk-out in protest of its anti-abortion stance.

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Books

Harvard Law School Librarians Celebrate Freedom to Read in Banned Books Read Out

Patrons looking to enter the Harvard Law School library Wednesday afternoon had to navigate around a dozen librarians and staff members, who crowded the front steps as they took turns reading aloud selections from their favorite banned books and authors.

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Harvard Law School

At Harvard Law School Forum, Former Justice Stephen Breyer Reflects on SCOTUS Career

Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer reflected on his 42-year career as a federal judge at a Harvard Law School forum on Monday afternoon alongside Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah of the Supreme Court of Pakistan

Research

Well-Being Among Young Adults is Declining, Harvard-led Study Finds

A Harvard-led team of researchers found that the well-being of young people has declined, relative to 20 years ago, in a study published last month.

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Letters

Harvard Law School Affiliates Call for Redistribution of Potential Loan Repayment Program Savings

Almost 200 current and former Harvard Law School students signed onto a letter last week calling on the school to redistribute any savings it receives from President Joe Biden’s loan forgiveness program to alumni in low-paying jobs.

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Research

Harvard Partners with Amazon to Advance Quantum Science Research

Harvard launched a three-year research partnership with Amazon Web Services, according to a Monday press release from the Harvard Office of Technology Development.

Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Student Jeremy Hendley Dies at 35

Jeremy Hendley, a first-year student at Harvard Law School, has died by suicide, according to an announcement by the school on Sunday.

First Day of Classes
College

‘A New Social Dynamic’: Harvard Undergraduates Kick off a Fall Semester Free of Pandemic-Era Precautions

Students flooded the campus’ paths, hallways, and buildings as they made their way to classes on Wednesday, in a semester free of nearly all pandemic-era precautions.

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The Scoop

‘The End of One Era’: Marching Toward a New Boston Pride

After years of mounting controversy around excessive commercialization and its lack of racial and transgender inclusion, the Boston Pride organization dissolved last year — bringing an end to one of the oldest gay rights nonprofits in the United States and the parade it had been organizing for the past 50 years. What's next for Pride in Boston?

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