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In addition to the library’s classes being held this week, those of you interesting in getting published might also want to check out the Law Teaching Colloquium’s Getting Published panel discussion featuring Harvard Law Professor Glenn Cohen and Fellow Rebecca Haw. The event will...
The Harvard Law School librarians will be offering several legal research classes on various topics throughout the month. These classes are a great way to get started on a writing project or just develop your legal research skills for work on a journal, in a clinic, at a clerkship or at any...
Researching recent events in the Middle East? There are two new archives to consult. Blogs, news sites, and social media including videos, tweets, etc. have been selected by the Library of Congress, the Biliotheque Nationale de France, Stanford University, and the British Library, and...
Don’t forget to register for this year’s Summer Success, which will be held in Pound Hall this Friday, March 25th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Hit the ground running as you begin your summer or permanent job. Whether you plan to work in the public or private sector, employers operate with a constant...
Library Journal has released its Movers and Shakers 2011 list and included on this list is HLS Library Director John Palfrey. John has been named a Change Agent for 2011 based on his work here at the HLS Library and in particular his work on the Harvard Library Innovation Lab. The...
HLS now has online access to the CCH antitrust library. Access a variety of publications, including the well tested treatise Antitrust Law: An Analysis of Antitrust Principles and Their Application by Areeda and Hovenkamp. Other publications include: • Competition Law of the European...
March 9, 2011 5:00pm Harvard Law School, Austin North The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review is hosting a colloquium tonight. Professor Libby Adler from Northeastern University School of Law will be presenting her paper “Gay Rights and Lefts: Rights Critique and Distributive...
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