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Bhargavi Zaveri in Bar & Bench: The DIPP and Indian FDI Policy – The Long Road to Clarity

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Bhargavi Zaveri is a visiting researcher at the Harvard Law School, and is conducting empirical research on the role of the Indian legal profession in her foreign investment policymaking processes. Bhargavi has completed her law studies from Government Law College, Mumbai. She is a solicitor of the Bombay High Court and a member of the […]


Prof. Wilkins in the Daily Journal: Baby Boomers Wreak Havoc on Law Firm Succession Planning

Friday, July 19, 2013

“What to do with the baby boomers? That’s one of the largest problems facing law firms today, according to David B. Wilkins, Harvard Law School’s director of the Program on the Legal Profession. “Now, 60 is the new 40, and people don’t want to retire because they’ve racked up huge amounts of debt,” Wilkins said. […]


Prof. Coates in Reuters: Wake up, Shareholders! Your Rights May be in Danger: Frankel

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Do you believe that securities class actions and shareholder derivative suits have any salutary effect on corporate governance – that directors and officers are less likely to misbehave when they’re liable to shareholders (their nominal bosses) in court? If so, you ought to be very worried about a pair of developments in the last week […]


Archived News

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Summer 2013 Westfahl to join HLS Exec Ed: Scott Westfahl ’88 will lead Executive Education at Harvard Law School: August 14, 2013 Read the Announcement > Nanda’s IIMA confirmed as director of IIMA: Nanda appointed director of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad August 14, 2013 Read the Announcement > News coverage of US Senator Richard […]


CLP Faculty Director, David B. Wilkins, quotes in WSJ article

Monday, August 22, 2011

More than half of the country’s top 50 law firms may have overstated a key measure of profitability in a closely watched ranking, according to an industry analysis prepared by a major bank. The findings— which were shared with The Wall Street Journal by a person briefed on the report— raise questions about which law firms are making the most profit as the legal industry slowly recovers from a prolonged downturn.