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Harvard Law's Experiment

Harvard Law School is considering running a pilot to accept GRE as well as LSAT.

GRE is arguably easier than LSAT. It is likely to bring diverse students who excel but do not well on LSAT. 156 more words


Harvard Law School just dropped the LSAT as an admissions requirement

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Harvard Law School announced Wednesday that it will accept the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) in a pilot program for students applying to its class of 2018. 235 more words


Harvard Law, Moving to Diversify Applicant Pool, Will Accept GRE Scores

The elite law school, following the University of Arizona law school, seeks to widen its pool of potential students by not requiring the LSAT.

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The Independence of Directors

Cyrus Mistry’s removal as chairman of Tata Sons Ltd. and his subsequent letter to the Board, highlighting amongst other things, the “failure on the part of the directors to discharge their fiduciary duty owed to the stakeholders of Tata Sons” brings to the fore what Mistry himself describes as a “total lack of corporate governance.” Mistry notes in his letter that, he is surprised that some Independent Directors voted for his removal, especially since they recently lauded his performance. 1,061 more words

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Imposter Syndrome: An Orientation Recap

I can’t quite believe that it’s been almost exactly a month since I started at Harvard. The time has flown, at least in part because I haven’t had a whole lot of time to catch my breath (in a good way, mostly). 1,264 more words


The Judge's Throne

Every year, as the summer commences, there seems to be a direct correlation between the temperature in Delhi and turning up the heat on the summer vacations of the Supreme Court and the High Courts across the country. 839 more words

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