Senator Ted Cruz Called ‘New McCarthy’ by The New Yorker

The office of Senator Ted Cruz spoke with TheBlaze about an article published by The New Yorker recently. The article dubbed Cruz as “our new McCarthy.” Cruz’s office called the article “curious.”

Despite the ‘curious’ remark, a spokeswoman for Cruz, Catherine Frazier, said tha...

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Above the Law Creates Consumer Focused Law School Rankings

As if the US News & World Report’s annual rankings of law schools wasn’t controversial enough, law blog Above the Law released their own rankings of the United States’ top 50 law schools. Above The Law’s rankings distinguish themselves from the more established list compiled by US News &...

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Yet Another Set of Law School Rankings: The Best Law Schools in the World

With law being one of the most notoriously elite-based professions, law school rankings are closely watched each year by law students, attorneys, and law firms alike – to say nothing of the law schools. The QS World University recently released its 2013 list of law school rankings, with U.S. law s...

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Yet Another Set of Law School Rankings: The Best Law Schools in the World

With law being one of the most notoriously elite-based professions, law school rankings are closely watched each year by law students, attorneys, and law firms alike – to say nothing of the law schools. The QS World University recently released its 2013 list of law school rankings, with U.S. law s...

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Trayvon’s Mom to Speak at Harvard

Since the nation-shaking death of Trayvon Martin, which left us divided as to whether George Zimmerman did wrong in defending himself, as he explains the situation, which lead ultimately to Trayvon Martin’s death at the age of 17, the youth’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, has been speaking out to have...

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Esteemed Harvard Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz, to Retire

One of Harvard Law School’s most esteemed faculty members, Alan M. Dershowitz, will be stepping down from his post at the end of this week, according to a story from The Boston Globe.

Dershowitz was 25 when he was hired as a member of the faculty at Harvard Law and in 1967 he became the yo...

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Esteemed Harvard Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz, to Retire

One of Harvard Law School’s most esteemed faculty members, Alan M. Dershowitz, will be stepping down from his post at the end of this week, according to a story from The Boston Globe.

Dershowitz was 25 when he was hired as a member of the faculty at Harvard Law and in 1967 he became the yo...

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$10M for Harvard Law Fellowships


Attorney Career Resources is a weekly column authored by , the nation's leading placement firm, specializing in law firm placements.

According to a press release, the gift from Sumner Redstone $10 million donation to Harvard Law School for public-interest fellowships i...

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Harvard Law School Yet to Complete Title IX Investigation from 2010 Complaint

 

Harvard continues to face questions about how the college handles sexual assault cases as the Department of Education’s Office of Ci...

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