Events

Announcing the Inaugural Trans Rights Writing Competition

Harvard Law School Lambda, Harvard Civil Rights–Civil Liberties Law Review, and the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender are seeking submissions from law students at any school for the Harvard Law School Trans Rights Writing Competition. We are seeking articles that broadly address trans rights issues. The winner will receive $1,000 and all submissions will be considered for publication. Read more here.

Colloquium: The Case for Local Constitutional Enforcement

Introduction San Francisco City Attorney Kathleen Morris calls for overturning a century of precedent in local government law. On Tuesday September 27th, 2011, the author was joined by Professor David Barron and Professor Gerald Frug of Harvard Law School and...

Ames Competition

Ames Semi-Final Round – March 21, 2017

Welcome to CR-CL's Ames Live Blog! "The Ames Competition is one of the most prestigious competitions for appellate brief writing and advocacy in the country. The students participating in the Semi-Final Round started the competition in fall of this year, and rose to...

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Ames Final Round – November 2016

Ames Final Round Results: Best Brief: Daniel J. Meltzer Memorial Team Best Overall Team: Daniel J. Meltzer Memorial Team Best Oralist: Amanda Mundell The Teams: The David J. Meltzer Memorial Team (Petitioner): Connor Winn, Oralist Benjamin Burkett William Ferraro Luke...

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Ames Second Semi-Final 2016

Presiding Judges: The Honorable Arthur J. Gajarsa, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit The Honorable Margaret J. Marshall, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court The Honorable Roy W. McLeese, District of Columbia Court of Appeals Participating Teams:...

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Ames First Semi-Final 2016

Ames First Semi-Final Round Results: Best Brief: The Honorable Justice Albert L. Sachs Team Best Overall Team: The Lucy Stone Memorial Team Best Oralist: Caroline Trusty from The Lucy Stone Memorial Team Presiding Judges: The Honorable David Barron, United States...

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