In October 2018, supporters of Students for Fair Admissions hold signs in front of the federal courthouse where the admissions trial took place.
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Appellate arguments are heard in a closely watched admissions case.
Loeb House, where the University’s governing boards convene
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JC
Limits on election of petition candidates and other measures are adopted.
According to the data set assembled by Harvard Law School scholars, black and Latinx people are overrepresented in Massachusetts’ criminal caseload compared to their population in the state. White people make up 74.3 percent of the state’s population and are defendants in in 58.7 percent of cases. Black people make up 6.5 percent of the population and are defendants in 17.1 percent of cases. Latinx people make up 8.7 percent of the population, and are defendants in in 18.3 percent of cases. Click on image to view full graphic
Source: Massachusetts Racial Disparity Report
Harvard Law School researchers identify the mechanisms that lead to longer sentences for nonwhite defendants.
Eileen Connor (left) and Toby Merrill of the Harvard Law School's Project on Predatory Student Lending
Photograph courtesy of the Project on Predatory Student Lending
A Harvard Law School clinic tackles the for-profit college industry
President Lawrence S. Bacow
President Bacow’s somber opening message for a challenging academic year—updated to include his Morning Prayers remarks
Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana
Screenshot captured by Harvard Magazine
A virtual Convocation for the College class of 2024
Sheree Ohen appointed as inaugural associate dean
Photograph courtesy Michael Kremer/Harvard University
Development economist pulls up roots.