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Harvard student district attorney project

Harvard Law School.

Harvard student district attorney project

a clinical experience in prosecution of minor criminal cases by senior law students.

by Harvard Law School.

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Published by Office of Law Enforcement Assistance, U.S. Dept. of Justice in [Washington .
Written in

    Places:
  • Massachusetts.
    • Subjects:
    • Public prosecutors -- Massachusetts.,
    • Law -- Study and teaching -- Massachusetts.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsUnited States. Office of Law Enforcement Assistance.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFM2977 .H3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 94 p.
      Number of Pages94
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5635523M
      LC Control Number68062790

        The title says it all. In an impassioned keynote speech at the second annual MassINC Criminal Justice Reform Coalition Summit, Chief Justice Gants asserted, “doing so makes fiscal sense, justice sense, policy sense and common sense, and ultimately, good sense will prevail”, to loud applause from the audience. Reacting to the ruling, Harvard’s lead attorney, William F. Lee ’72, said justice had been served. “Today’s decision unequivocally affirms that Harvard does not discriminate on the basis of race in its admissions process, and that Harvard’s pursuit of the diverse student body central to its educational mission is lawful,” said Lee.

      SARAH M. BUEL Office: Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law P.O. Box Tempe, AZ Office Ph () @ EDUCATION HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, J.D. cum laude, June Harvard Battered Women’s Advocacy Project, Co-Founder & President, File Size: KB. Ed Rendell has a proven track record of getting big things done. He’s tackled tough issues from education reform to taxes to creating jobs, and his leadership skills were taken to a national level when he served as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and chaired the National Governors Association. As Governor of Pennsylvania from , Rendell served two terms.

      Kyle is a first-generation college student from Georgia who graduated from Yale with both a B.A. and Ph.D. in Italian Literature. He is a lead outside article editor for the Harvard Civil-Rights Civil-Liberties Law Review, a student attorney with the Prison Legal Assistance Program (PLAP), and a policy editor of the Harvard Law & Policy Review. The Administrative Board may independently initiate a charge against a student, and usually does so when a student has been charged with a crime in a court of law. When court action is pending or in progress, the Administrative Board may delay or suspend its own review process, in recognition of the student’s criminal defense interests.


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