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."
Ennely Medina’s new article on The [F]law examines how legislatively imposed bed mandates in immigration detention facilities increase the rates of immigration detention throughout the United States. While those in favor of the mandate rely on narratives about illegal immigration
Boston is known for its schools, its sports teams, and, to many, its racism. However, the city has an incredibly rich history of radical Black activism. Most notably, the effort by activists to separate the predominantly Black neighborhood of Roxbury
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 be among the panelists participating in the Berkeley Law event "Untapped Power: The State of Law Student Organizing"
Despite many believing it banished to the history books, slavery underlies almost every facet of our lives – and U.S. law as it stands can’t do anything about it. In his article in The [F]law, Ariq Hatibie unravels the intricate
Reem Hussein‘s powerful article on The [F]law reveals how, today, slavery in America is alive and well, but it comes in a new, more temporary form: “The Modern American Slavery: Temporary Worker Exploitation and the Human Supply Chain.” Related Systemic
Read the “storty” about the 2022 Tortys at HLS Today, here. There was so much hype leading up to the Tortys, said Arzu Singh ’25, that she didn’t think the event could possibly live up to expectations. But it did.
Lea Kayali brilliantly reports on how a primary school in the West Bank has become a battleground for the future of Palestine. Read about the Kisan school, and the U.S. charities funding ethnic cleansing in the latest article on The [F]law.