We stand in solidarity with the Black students at Harvard Law School who demand to be excused from finals

The Harvard Black Law Students Association (HBLSA) is currently in the news, with its demand that Blacks at Harvard Law School be allowed to take their finals later (not between December 10-19, as set out in the academic calendar), to facilitate their ability to protest the injustices illustrated by the deaths of #MikeBrown and #EricGarner.

We at Harvard Law Unbound stand in solidarity with our fellow Black students. Continue reading

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Harvard Law Unbound reloaded (again)

Welcome to a new year at Harvard Law School. And welcome to the third, and hopefully final, iteration of the Harvard Law Unbound blog, which has twice been taken down by the Harvard Law School administration via bogus DMCA notices. Continue reading

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Harvard Law School thinks small: Class Day features parade of mendacious moral midgets

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Jeffrey Toobin: Class act, or mendacious moral midget?

[NOTE: Cross-posted at Harvard Law School is Bogus.]

Class Act, or Mendacious Moral Midget?

Book+Launch+Jeffrey+Toobin+Oath+UXjK-FfPbnTlJeffrey Toobin, 2013 Class Day Speaker, Harvard Law School

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Eric Holder: Class act, or mendacious moral midget?

[NOTE: Cross-posted at Harvard Law School is Bogus.]

Class Act, or Mendacious Moral Midget?

EricHolderheaddownEric Holder, 2012 Class Day Speaker, Harvard Law School

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Alec Baldwin: Class act, or mendacious moral midget?

[NOTE: Cross posted at Harvard Law School is Bogus.]

Class Act, or Mendacious Moral Midget?

alec-baldwin2Alec Baldwin, 2011 Class Day Speaker, Harvard Law School

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Samantha Power: Class act, or mendacious moral midget?

[NOTE: Cross-posted at Harvard Law School is Bogus.]

Class Act, or Mendacious Moral Midget?

16Sunstein-span-articleLargeSamantha Power, 2010 Class Day Speaker, Harvard Law School

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The Anti-Hero of Harvard Law School: A Post-Modern “Paper Chase”

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Elizabeth Warren Wins Our Vote!

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Breaking — An Attempt to Censor This Blog

At approximately 11:30 a.m. today, Eastern time, the following comment was left on this blog:

This comment is to notify you that this blog is in violation of the WordPress terms of service and the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, for its unauthorized and illegal impersonation of a Harvard Law School journal. WordPress, its licensed copyright agent, and the Harvard administration have all been contacted about this website. We advise you to permanently delete this site and its contents, and desist from any further impersonations and false representations.

This comment is false. The top right of this blog, and the referenced “About” page, are explicit:  this blog has NO CONNECTION to any Harvard Law School journal, and is not recognized or approved by Harvard Law School in ANY WAY. No e-mail was received calling attention to any issue prior to the posting of this comment. This is a blatant effort to use the DMCA to censor speech that some at Harvard apparently disapprove of.

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“Think Bigger” Posters 3 & 4: Eric Holder Knew . . . As His Nose Grew

Here are the final two posters in our new Unbound Campaign, “Think  Bigger:  Help Hold Eric Holder Accountable for ‘Fast and Furious.” 

They focus on summarizing the key evidence that Attorney General Eric Holder was frequently briefed, throughout 2010, concerning “Fast and Furious,” via numerous personal contacts and memos (Poster 3, “Eric Holder Knew”) and thus that he lied when he testified before Congress on May 2, 2011, that he’d heard about “Fast and Furious” for the first time only in the previous several weeks (Poster 4, “As His Nose Grew”). Continue reading

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“Think Bigger” Poster 2: A Deadly, “Insane” Plan

Here is the second of four posters in our new Unbound Campaign, “Think  Bigger:  Help Hold Eric Holder Accountable for ‘Fast and Furious,” which focuses on the hundreds of Mexican citizens killed as a result of “Operation Fast and Furious,” and the knowledge of Eric Holder’s Justice Department that this was the likely result of implementing this “insane” strategy of facilitating the ability of Mexican drug cartels to acquire military-grade weaponry: Continue reading

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“Think Bigger” Poster 1: Brian Terry Died / Eric Holder Lied (“teaser” poster)

Today we launch a new Unbound Campaign:  “Think  Bigger:  Help Hold Eric Holder Accountable for ‘Fast and Furious.”

This is our first four-poster campaign.  As before, posters will be going up on bulletin boards throughout the Law School to publicize some of the issues brought to the fore by Eric Holder’s visit to the campus this Wednesday. Continue reading

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Think Bigger: Help Hold Eric Holder Accountable For “Fast and Furious”

[A link to this post is being e-mailed today to members of the Class of 2012, who are graduating this Thursday.]

To:  Harvard Law School  Class of 2012

From: Harvard Law Unbound (not recognized or authorized by HLS in any way)

Date:  May 21, 2012

Re:  Think Bigger: Help Hold Eric Holder Accountable For “Fast and Furious”

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Photos of “The Dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness” posters on bulletin boards

As with previous postering, here are some photos of the posters for the latest Unbound Campaign, “The Dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness,” put up early this morning on bulletin boards throughout the Law School: Continue reading

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The Dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness: Part 2 (full poster)

Here is the text of the second of two posters in our new Unbound Campaign, “The Dis-honoring of Edward S. Harness.”

This version presents more detail concerning the dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness that will take place today, as Justice Kagan officially completes the process of stripping his name off the building formerly known as “Harkness Commons,” and renaming the building in honor of a cowardly tax cheat who committed suicide rather than face justice.

Some photos and links have been added for illustration, but the text is as exactly as it appears on the poster itself (see the image of the actual poster below). Continue reading

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The dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness: Part 1 (“teaser” poster)

Today we launch a new Unbound Campaign: “The Dis-honoring of Edward S. Harkness.”

It is a two-part poster campaign. Contemporaneously with this blog post, the posters are going up on bulletin boards throughout the Law School so they will be viewable by students and also by alumni, who happening to be visiting this weekend for reunions.

As has been the practice with previous poster campaigns, photos of a few of the bulletin boards will added later, after the posters are up.

Here’s the text of the first poster, a “teaser” poster designed to draw people’s attention to the campaign, so they’ll want to read the full poster, either on the bulletin board or on this blog: Continue reading

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Early Interview Program (EIP) posters

Today we put up all over the Law School three posters specifically targeted at getting our fellow students who currently plan to participate in the Early Interview Program (EIP) to think hard about their rationales for doing so. Here are images of the three posters: Continue reading

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Kelly Drye poster

Today we also put up our poster on the Kelley Drye law firm. Here’s a text copy: Continue reading

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Cravath poster

Today we put up our poster on the Cravath law firm. The firm and its partners have for decades played a major role in the Law School’s fundraising projects, posing a possible issue of corruption or conflict of interest, as we’ve discussed on our “About” page. Here’s a text copy: Continue reading

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Mayer Brown poster

Today we put up our poster on the Mayer Brown law firm. Like Kirkland & Ellis, this firm has been a major donor to the Law School, posing a possible issue of corruption or conflict of interest, as we’ve discussed on our “About” page. Here’s a text copy: Continue reading

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Kirkland & Ellis poster

Today we put up our poster on the Kirkland & Ellis law firm. This firm has been a major donor to the Law School, posing a possible issue of corruption or conflict of interest, as we’ve discussed on our “About” page. Here’s a text copy: Continue reading

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Quinn Emanuel poster

We’ve also put up our poster on the quinn emanuel law firm. Here’s a text copy. Continue reading

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Gibson Dunn poster

We’ve just put up, all around the Law School, our poster on the Gibson Dunn law firm. Here’s a text copy: Continue reading

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