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The Most Dangerous Branch: Court Capture, Why It Matters, What Can Be Done About It 1/26 – 1/27/24 at Harvard Law School. This year’s conference will focus on the harmful effects of corporate interests on the judiciary (federal and
The Seventh Annual Tortys are to be held in The Torty Theater on this Thursday, 11/16/23. As one student described The Tortys last year: “The event is a peculiar blend of an awards ceremony, talent show, dance party, and community
Join us for a lunch talk and conversation about the Trojan horse of "police reform."
LPE Student Association for a discussion with Professor Jon Hanson on deprogramming the 1L torts curriculum.
Systemic Justice Teach-Ins: Building Power to Challenge Injustice Cop City – Organizing for Justice (Oct. 21, 2023) “Organizing is the slow work of building power by building a base, bringing people together, developing their leadership, identifying community problems together and
Join us for a lunch talk about the case against Yale New Haven Hospital Fertility Clinic.
As part of the Boston University Law School’s Public Interest Retreat, Jon Hanson will join Abbye Ognibene, a plaintiffs’ attorney at Hagens Berman and Ian McCoughlin, a litigator at Shapiro, Haber & Urmy on a panel discussing plaintiff’s side lawyering. Boston University’s
Systemic Justice Teach-Ins: Building Power to Challenge Injustice East Palestine – Storytelling for Justice (September, 23 2023) Participants: Christopher and Jessica Albright, from East Palestine, Ohio. Read Emily Baumgaertner’s compelling story of the Albright family, who are coping with the
Systemic Justice Teach-Ins: Building Power to Challenge Injustice 1. East Palestine – Storytelling for Justice (September, 23 2023) Participants: Christopher and Jessica Albright, from East Palestine, Ohio. Read Emily Baumgaertner’s compelling story of the Albright family, who are coping with
Join Blake Strode and Oren Nimni on building power and systemic justice lawyering.
Tuesday 5th September 2023, Jon Hanson and Dean Strang will be remotely co-presenting their paper, “Injustice Backlash: Deploying ‘Injustice’ to Thwart Justice” at the one-day conference at the University of Worcester in the UK. The conference seeks to explore key
Jon Hanson will deliver Earth Day presentation at Saint Andrew’s School on Friday, April 28, 2023. The talk, titled “Systems Pollution,” compared and connected pollution of the environmental ecosystems with contamination of other systems — informational, institutional, and legal. Below
Join us for a lunch talk about how The New York Times broke the story of pervasive sexual abuse by Harvey Weinstein—ending decades of silence and empowering the #MeToo movement.
Law Firm Transparency
Niko Bowie and Jon Hanson to discuss "the art of law teaching."
Come hear: JAY WILLIS (Balls & Strikes) MARK JOSEPH STERN (Slate) RHIANNON HAMAM (5-4 Podcast) April 3, 6:00 PM WCC 2009 The roundtable discussion will examine the state of legal journalism and how current law students can make a difference.
Another great JI Saturday Session: this one looking at the history of, and fight against, Cop City
Another great JI Career Session: this one focusing on civil rights lawyering
Jon Hanson will be among the panelists participating in the Berkeley Law event "Untapped Power: The State of Law Student Organizing"
Jon Hanson will be among the panelists and speakers participating in this year's N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change annual colloquium.
Another great JI Saturday Session: this one on building power through organizing
Vanessa A. Bee speaking at Harvard Law School
Another great JI Saturday Session: this one on building power through narrative and storytelling
Another great JI Saturday Session: this one on building power through movements
It's not too late to join the Justice Initiative
Come learn about the Justice Initiative.
Derecka Purnell will speak to interested members of the Harvard Law School community about the journey to “becoming abolitionists,” including the pivotal years she spent at Harvard Law School.
The [F]law is an online magazine that shares stories that reveal how corporate law and power create social problems and systemic injustices.
Join our webinar to learn about the Systemic Lawyering Corps, designed for current and incoming law students, and for 2020 law graduates who want to learn about how lawyers can help advance social justice.
This week's session, Tuesday May 12 at 12pm EST, focuses on domestic violence.
This week’s webinar (Tuesday, May 5, at 12pm EST) will provide general information about the COVID-19 Rapid Response & Systems Summer Institute.
This week’s session (Tuesday, April 28, 2020, at 12pm EST) will focus on economic inequity in the time of COVID-19.
Video for the sixth session of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis webinar series, held on April 28th, 2020, focusing on economic inequities.
Video for the fifth session of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis webinar series, held on April 21st, 2020, focusing on the Criminal Legal System.
This week’s session, Tuesday April 21 at 12 pm EST, focuses on the criminal legal system.
Video for the fourth session of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis webinar series, held on April 14th, 2020, focusing on Immigration.
This week's session, Tuesday April 14, 2020 at 12pm EST, focuses on immigration.
Video for the third session of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis webinar series, held on April 8th, 2020, focusing on Decareration.
Video for the second session of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis series, held on April 7th, 2020 is now available.
Session 2.1 of the Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis seminar met on Tuesday April 7, 2020 at 12 pm.
Video of Systemic Lawyering in a Times of Crisis Webinar #1, March 31, 2020.
The Systemic Justice Project is hosting a zoom webinar series on "Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis" on Tuesdays from 12-1pm EST. The series features systemically-oriented justice-seeking lawyers and activists in fields most affected by our latest crisis: housing, immigration, disability,
Please join OPIA for a talk with Alec Karakatsanis ’08, recipient of a 2013 Public Service Venture Fund Seed Grant from HLS and Founder & Executive Director of Civil Rights Corps, a non-profit organization dedicated to groundbreaking systemic litigation and advocacy
Event/webcast at the Berkman Klein Center, June 23, 2017, connected to the Justice Lab paper on the American Student Debt Crisis with a focus on for-profit colleges.
This year’s Systemic Justice Conference will highlight some of the resultant systemic injustices in an effort to suggest some potential repairs.
Save the Dates! 2017 Systemic Justice Conference
Important event hosted by the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute at Harvard Law School this Thursday: From the Ground Up: The Progressive Path to Political Leadership.
The Systemic Justice Project will be hosting a summit that will bring together justice-minded lawyers and non-lawyers engaged with the legal system to discuss priorities, strategies, cases, and opportunities for collaboration on a wide range of issues -- from immigration
2016 Systemic Justice Conference: Access, Justice, Protest, Education.
Forum on Land use, rights and ecology A conference exploring LAND AND THE FOOD SYSTEM: HOW LAND AFFECTS WHAT WE EAT, WHO WE ARE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT WE LIVE IN.
The fifth and final session of the Criminal Justice Program's Race, Place, & Policing: What Can We Learn From Baltimore series (cosponsored by the Systemic Justice Project) is this Monday, Feb 29th, 2016 at 5:30pm in WCC2009. The session will feature
The fourth session of the Criminal Justice Program of Study, Research and Advocacy's series on Race, Place and Policing: What we can Learn from Baltimore is tomorrow! Andrés Alonso, Professor of Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and
Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left and the HLS Modern Money Network are hosting an event this Friday at noon in WCC1019 called Beyond Sanders and Clinton: Visionary Futures for Democratic Economics. February 19, 2016, 12 pm.
Mr. Hill is an attorney at the Public Justice Center, where he leads the Human Right to Housing Project.
Join advocates and experts for a thoughtful discussion about state courts and the fight to keep them fair and impartial.