State-Specific Legal Research Guides: CA, MA & NY

If you will be doing legal research in California, Massachusetts, or New York this summer, we’ve got you covered! Members of our Research Services team have created guides to introduce you to legal research resources for these three states. Here are links to the guides: California Legal Research by Jennifer Allison Massachusetts Legal Research by Michelle Pearse New …

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Legal Research Databases: Summer 2021 and new grad access policies

You’ve come a long way, and summer is finally in sight! Whether you’re preparing for a summer job or you’re about to graduate from HLS, there are online research resources available to you. Read on for information about access to your Bloomberg Law, Lexis, and Westlaw accounts, and more. BLOOMBERG LAW RETURNING STUDENTS’ SUMMER USE: You may use …

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HLS Faculty Book Talk – Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design

Join the HLS Library on Tuesday March 30 at 3 pm EST for the final Faculty Book Talk of the semester. This event features a conversation about Terms of Disservice: How Silicon Valley is Destructive by Design, between author Dipayan Ghosh and HLS Professor Jonathan Zittrain. It it cosponsored by the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public …

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HLS Faculty Book Talk: Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives

Join the HLS Library this Friday, March 26 at noon EST for the latest in our Faculty Book Talk series. This event features a discussion of Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives, with authors Michael Heller (Columbia Law School) and James Salzman (UCLA Law School), and panelists Professor Martha Minow (HLS) and Professor Joseph …

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HLS Forum Video: Innocent on Death Row (March 15, 2000)

On this day twenty-one years ago, the Harvard Law School Forum hosted a panel discussion, “Innocent on Death Row: The Causes of and Remedies for Unjust Convictions.” HLS Professor Charles Nesson moderated the panel, which featured the late journalist Jim Dwyer; lawyers Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld, founders of the Innocence Project and authors of the book “Actual …

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Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem – Film Screening on March 11

Join the Harvard Law School Library on March 11, 3:30-5 pm EST for a live stream screening and panel discussion of Racially Charged: America’s Misdemeanor Problem, inspired by HLS professor Alexandra Natapoff’s book Punishment Without Crime: How our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal. Panelists include: Alexandra Natapoff, Lee S. Kreindler Professor of …

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HeinOnline’s US Presidential Impeachment Library

Interested in learning more about presidential impeachments past and present? Check out HeinOnline’s U.S. Presidential Impeachment Library for some current and historical context to this timely topic. Organized by the four affected presidents – Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon, William Clinton, and Donald Trump – this library explains the process of impeachment and contains more than 140,000 pages of …

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Happy Holidays from the HLS Library!

You did it: Congratulations on finishing your exams! All of us at the HLS Library wish you and your loved ones a joyous, relaxing, and healthy holiday season. The Law School will be closed for the holidays from December 19, 2020 through January 3, 2021. Though the Library will be physically closed in the new year due to …

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Virtual Faculty Book Talk: Human Rights in a Time of Populism: Challenges and Responses, Wednesday, November 18, at noon

The Harvard Law School Library staff invite you to attend a book talk and discussion in celebration of Human Rights in a Time of Populism: Challenges and Responses, edited by Gerald L. Neuman (Cambridge Univ. Press, May 28, 2020). This book talk is co-sponsored by the Harvard Law School Library and the Harvard Law School Human Rights Program. …

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