Upcoming Events

New events are forthcoming! Please contact us to be notified.

Past Events

“Corporate Capture of the Legal System” 1/27 – 1/28/23 at Harvard Law School. Registration is closed. The [F]law and the Systemic Justice Project, in collaboration with several other student organizations at Harvard Law School are organizing a conference on the

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.

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,

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

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.

Join advocates and experts for a thoughtful discussion about state courts and the fight to keep them fair and impartial.