Read the “storty” about the 2023 Tortys at HLS Today, here. The event has since grown into one of the semester’s leading social events. In addition to showcasing creative film presentations, a number of students also displayed their talents, ranging
Join us for a lunch talk and conversation about the Trojan horse of "police reform."
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
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
Systemic Justice Teach-Ins: Building Power to Challenge Injustice The Systemic Justice Project is helping to organize and host several “Systemic Justice Teach-Ins” during the fall of 2023. The teach-ins, which will be open to students from area law schools and
Jessenia Class’s new article on The [F]law uncovers how corporate actors funding Cop City under the guise of public safety and “neighborhood prosperity” are harming the very people they claim to serve. Read the article here. “Foundations and corporate actors
Agricultural interests dominate California’s political scene and the state’s water supply. Meanwhile, many farmworker communities in the Central Valley go without water. Without reform soon, California is headed into a dire water catastrophe. Read Isa Badia Bellinger‘s compelling article on
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
Jon Hanson will be among the panelists participating in the Berkeley Law event "Untapped Power: The State of Law Student Organizing"
In their op-ed for The [F]law, Sam Perri and Marty Strauss describe what happened when the Harvard Chapter of the Federalist Society hosted an event called “A Securities Regulator’s Perspective on ESG.” Read “We Need More Than a Securities Regulator’s