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Maryland Man Went From Sanitation Worker To Earning J.D. From Harvard Law School
“I worked for a trash company, where my coworkers told me that I should go to college instead,” said Rehan Staton.
Harvard Law School Appoints First Black Man As Dean Of Students
Stephen L. Ball is an alumn of the Ivy League school’s law school.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Makes History As First Black Woman Confirmed As U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Rising from a SCOTUS clerkship to the high court bench itself, she steps into the next phase of a venerable career journey.
OPINION: Why The Ketanji Brown Jackson I Remember Would Make An Excellent Supreme Court Justice
One of the High Court nominee’s Harvard Law School Classmates reflects on memories of her and rebukes her her detractors.
Lani Guinier, Voting and Civil Rights Theorist and Legal Scholar, Dies at 71
She was the first Black woman to be given tenure at Harvard Law School, but was attacked from conservatives later in her career.
Cornel West Resigns From Harvard, Blasts The School for 'Superficial Diversity'
West implied discrimination drove him to resign.
Students Want Exam Delays Amid Brown, Garner Cases
Law students protested the grand jury decisions.
In the Philippines, Wife Honors the Legacy of Reginald Lewis
Lewis College has 1,300 students.
This Day in Black History: Dec. 7, 1942
Reginald F. Lewis, renowned Black businessman, was born.