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Suits: S1E1

There are many professions which requires people to wear suits. But if there is one profession which requires you to look your best at all times, it is the one when you work as a corporate lawyer. 486 more words

Harvard Law School

The foremost legal mind on sexual harassment didn’t get tenure for more than a decade

Catharine MacKinnon’s work led to the creation of the field of anti-sexual harassment law. A book she wrote in her twenties argued that sexual harassment in the workplace constitutes sexual discrimination—a claim the US Supreme Court later agreed with. 442 more words

Dizzy Miss Lizzy

Senator Elizabeth Warren is one of the most indispensable voices in American politics today.  She should not run for president in 2020.

Why not?  Reasons enough, my friends. 1,043 more words

Cathedral Round-Up #30: HLS's Bicentennial Class

Harvard Law Bulletin recently released a special issue commemorating HLS’s 200th anniversary:


A Memorial to the Enslaved People Who Enabled the Founding of Harvard Law School…

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The Joy of Researching and Writing About Edward B. Burling and Joseph Welch

Previous posts have reviewed many aspects of the lives of Edward B. Burling, a prominent Washington, D.C. attorney, and of Joseph Welch, a prominent Boston attorney. 932 more words


Edward B. Burling, The  Prominent Washington, D.C. Attorney, 1919-1966

This series about the life of Edward B. (“Ned”) Burling commenced with a post about his connections with Katherine Graham, the owner and publisher of the… 821 more words