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
Read Deepika Singh’s Harvard Law Record article, “Community Gathers for Systemic Justice Project’s First Teach-In of the Year.” Last week, Oren Nimni of the nonprofit civil rights firm Rights Behind Bars (RBB) spoke to a packed room of students at the lunch event
Join Blake Strode and Oren Nimni on building power and systemic justice lawyering.
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
At the the 2023 Corporate Capture of the Legal System Conference at Harvard Law School, Suzanna Bobadilla moderated a roundtable conversation, “Challenging Corporate Power by Agitating, Educating, and Organizing,” among a group of brilliant and innovative lawyers and organizers who
In the May/June edition of the Washington Lawyer, Jeremy Conrad wrote an excellent article about the Justice Initiative. It begins as follows: Let’s imagine the perfect course of study for a law student interested in engaging in a critical examination
At the the 2023 Corporate Capture of the Legal System Conference at Harvard Law School, Lisa Fanning moderated a roundtable conversation among a brilliant group of law students, who discuss their Special-Edition contributions to The [F]law on the topics of
At the the 2023 Corporate Capture of the Legal System Conference at Harvard Law School, Sam Rosen moderated a roundtable conversation among a brilliant group of legal journalists regarding the corporate capture of legal journalism. Corporate Capture of Legal Media
On April 3, 2023, The [F]law and the Systemic Justice Project (in collaboration with Harvard Law and Political Economy) held a roundtable discussion focusing on the problems with conventional legal journalism. The participants were Jay Willis (Balls & Strikes), Mark Joseph Stern
Niko Bowie and Jon Hanson to discuss "the art of law teaching."