CR-CL’s Unofficial Study Playlist
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
No, I don’t mean Thanksgiving. It’s time for outlining and consolidating all the knowledge we have accrued this semester. And during all that feverish writing, there are still dishes to wash and, in my apartment,
On Monday, November 18, 2013, Professor Kenneth Stahl (Chapman) was joined by Professor Gerald Frug (HLS), Professor Nomi Stolzenberg (USC), and Professor Richard Briffault (Columbia) for a discussion on election law, local government, and critical theory.
Most of the attention generated by Kanye West's recent interview with Zane Lowe has centered on a few typically bombastic statements from Kanye about his place in pop culture/human history and the Twitter tirade that followed Jimmy Kimmel's spoof of the interview on Jimmy Kimmel
HLS graduate Harvey Silverglate was on campus recently to explain why he's not happy with his alma mater. Apparently Harvard has been killing free speech over the past couple of decades. It's been all downhill since his heroic days defending student protesters in 1967, Silverglate said.
On Wednesday, 10/30, Mr. Aaron Street, a Partner at Baker Botts LLP, and Noah Feldman, Bemis Professor of International Law, met to discuss the case Town of Greece v. Galloway, which is slated to have oral argument on November 6th in the Supreme Court.
Mr. Aaron Streett