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Harvard narrows hunt for a leader Boston Globe
Harvard has whittled down hundreds of nominees for its next president to a small list, including internal candidates and presidents of some of the nation's top universities, according to a source familiar with the process.
Harvard Leak May Hurt Presidential Search, Nominees Update2 Bloomberg.com
Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Harvard University's search for a new president may be hurt -- along with candidates and their home institutions -- after the names of 16 of 30 people on the university's list of potential nominees were published today.
UVa law school well represented at Supreme Court The Daily Progress
The University of Virginia School of Law has more graduates clerking for the U.S. Supreme Court this term than any other school save Harvard and Yale.
Harvard Leak May Hurt Presidential Search Process, Nominees Bloomberg.com
Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Harvard University's search for a new president may be hurt -- along with candidates and their home institutions -- after the names of 16 of 30 people on the university's list of potential nominees were published today, said an expert on collegiate presidential selection.
Report: Harvard presidential search list has 30 candidates BizJournals
Harvard University's presidential search committee has identified 30 leading contenders, according to the Harvard Crimson.
On Abs of Steel and Supple Minds The Harvard Crimson
In the role of Harvard Law student Elle Woods, the insightful Reese Witherspoon once said, “Exercise releases endorphins. Endorphins make you happy! And happy people just don’t kill their husbands.”
Law may aid cardiac program Palm Beach Daily news
Law allows hospitals without open-heart surgery to perform emergency angioplasty, if other criteria are met.
Top 10 Stories of 2006 by Harvard Health Letter Picks Key Ones for Senior Citizens Senior Journal
December 4, 2006 - The editors of the Harvard Health Letter, and doctors on its editorial board, have chosen the top 10 health stories of 2006. Their number one choice – the HPV vaccine to guard against cervical cancer – is a great development but not necessarily a senior citizen issue.
Committee on Capital Markets Backs NYSE Rule Changes PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Harvard Law School Professor Hal S. Scott, Director of The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, which late last week issued its Interim Report and recommendations on U.S. Public equity markets competitiveness, today issued on behalf of the Committee the following statement to clarify the Committee's position on the New York Stock Exchange's recently proposed elimination of broker
UI disputes study of black law grads The Daily Iowan
Despite a report asserting that black lawyers are less likely to excel professionally because firms hire minority graduates with lower GPAs, a UI College of Law official refutes that assertion. "Success is not correlated to GPA," said Steve Langerud, the assistant dean for career services in the UI College of Law.harvard+law: harvard+law