Scalia Lecture | Justice Stephen G. Breyer, “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics”

At Harvard Law School’s annual Scalia lecture on April 6, 2021, Stephen G. Breyer ’64, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, warned against alterations to the nation’s highest Court that could erode the public’s longstanding confidence in the judiciary, instead inviting the American people, and the Court itself, to work together… Continue reading Scalia Lecture | Justice Stephen G. Breyer, “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics”

Tour the Harvard Law School Library

The Harvard Law School Library connects the Harvard community to its vast collections, including the law of every jurisdiction in the world. Over the past 200 years, Harvard Law School has built a collection of primary and secondary law unsurpassed by any other academic law library in the world. Today, the library, a centerpiece of… Continue reading Tour the Harvard Law School Library

How I Got Into Harvard Law School | How to Craft an EXCELLENT Law School Application

Hi guys! Today I’ll be walking you guys through the Harvard Law School application process step-by-step. Of course, today’s advice isn’t just for prospective HLS students-the elements of an excellent law school application ring true for all law schools. We’ll discuss: 1) College choice 2) Majors, GPA, and extracurriculars 3) Gap years/professional experience 4) The… Continue reading How I Got Into Harvard Law School | How to Craft an EXCELLENT Law School Application

Ames Moot Court Competition 2019

The case, United States Department of Interior v. Bryce Caldwell, was argued on Nov. 12, at the Ames Moot Court Competition. The presiding judges were Merrick Garland ’77, of the United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit; Michelle Friedland of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Amul Thapar,… Continue reading Ames Moot Court Competition 2019