The Case Studies Program supports HLS faculty as they develop and publish case studies, role plays, and simulations. Faculty use these experiential materials to provide a hands-on, dynamic classroom experience. Come learn about three of our most prolific case programs on display now by the Areeda Hall
Just as one exhibit is installed in the Caspersen Room, the next is already underway behind the scenes. Historical & Special Collections staff members have been preparing for a light-hearted romp through the
Snow is here and so is our Langdell in Winter exhibit! If the recent snow in Cambridge isn't enough to satisfy your love of winter, step back in time and see what Langdell looked like in previous winters.
Victor Brudney, a giant in the field of corporate law and a major figure at Harvard Law School from the early 1970s through the 1990s, died April 14, 2016, in Cambridge, at age 98. On November 7, 2016, beginning at 3:00 a memorial will take place to honor his life and work in 2019 Milstein West AB. Dean Martha Minow and professors Mark Roe, Reinier Kraakman, John Coates, Lloyd Weinreb, Bob Clark, Lucian Bebchuk, and Kent Greenfield will offer remembrances. A small exhibit to coincide with the memorial has been
The staff of Historical & Special Collections have put together an exhibit that brings together lesser-known, yet surprisingly wonderful items from all parts of the collection. Come see several items around the theme of hair, books with wonderful surprises, and an example of a rare photographic process on display for the first time at the Library! Read more about Come check out the “B-side” of Historical & Special Collections!
September 16-18, 2016, marked the fourth HLS Celebration of Black Alumni: Turning Vision into Action. In honor of the event, the Library mounted a small exhibit on display in the Areeda Hall entrance area, that looks back at the first three celebrations. The exhibit will be up during the fall semester.
The library has mounted a small exhibit, on display in the Areeda Hall entrance area through the summer, about the recent retirement of the Harvard Law School (HLS) Shield. The exhibit includes a brief overview of the events that led to the shield’s retirement along with the HLS Shield Committee Report and President Faust’s response on behalf of the Harvard Corporation. Also on display are various images of and related to the shield, including a reproduction of