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Systemic Justice Project Fellow Systemic Justice Project at Harvard Law School  Location: Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA  Time Status: Full-time  Expected Start Date and Duration: This is a one-year appointment, with potential for renewal for a second year, subject to

Read Tobi Omotoso’s Harvard Law Record article, “Challenges, Solutions, and Optimism: SJP’s 2024 Conference on the Corporate Capture of the Legal System” Last weekend the Systemic Justice Project (SJP) and The [F]law hosted their second annual Conference on the Corporate

The first Saturday Systemic Justice Teach-In–“Storytelling for Justice: East Palestine”–was a great success. After Jessenia Class and Simone Unwalla welcomed everyone, Jon Hanson provided a short lecture to help frame the day’s events. He described the legal systems two-sided justice

Jon Hanson posted a twitter thread responding to Ian Millhiser’s thread advising law students to: “Bust your fucking ass. Do all the reading, plus the hornbook. Get on law review. Credential the fuck out of yourself.” Hanson’s thread highlights several

Corporations like Google & Facebook made headlines when they promised to support their employees’ reproductive choices in the wake of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision. But their data mining practices and cooperation with law enforcement endanger those who are already

The digital divide in the United States is not an accident. It is the product of deliberate decisions by ISPs that have consistently prioritizing profit over people.   A multidistrict litigation effort seeks to hold social media behemoths accountable for