Sep 13, 2017 by Nathaniel D Kenyon
Coquillette-Kimball book continues to garner appreciation for the unseen hands that built Harvard Law Two years after the publication of a troubling chronicle of Harvard Law School’s early entanglement with slavery, the discoveries of co-authors BC Law professor Daniel Coquillette (right) and historian Bruce Kimball are still resonating. The most recent in a series of responses to On the Battlefield of Merit occurred Sept. 5 at the unveiling of a memorial plaque in the Harvard Law plaza. It...
Sep 7, 2017 by Nathaniel D Kenyon
A civil rights issue that Quinnipiac law professor Kevin Barry ’00 has been pondering for nearly a decade—as legislative advocate, scholar, and civil rights lawyer—came to a historic turning point in May when a US judge ruled that a transgender woman could bring a discrimination claim under the American with Disabilities Act based on gender dysphoria. Read More