Class Act, Or Mendacious Moral Midget?

As students living in the United States, we condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent escalation in US military aggression across the Middle East and the rest of the world. As explained in greater length on our original About” page (copy posted here ), meeting only among ourselves, and without involving the remainder of the larger group, we decided to launch new poster campaigns, and a new blog, under the name Harvard Law Unbound,” a name which had never previously been used by anyone at Harvard Law School.

8. In his Class Day speech, despite his extensive background in the area, presumably Toobin will not delve into the sex lives of overachievers, a topic already referenced on Class Day (by Samantha Power three years ago ). More likely, if past is prologue , Toobin will reference his close friendship during law school with former Dean, and current Justice, Elena Kagan (knowing that decorum bars her from revealing she barely remembers this name-dropping, mendacious moral midget).harvard law school

As this challenging week ends, I would like to reach out to members of the Harvard Law School community on the U.S. East Coast and beyond who have been affected by this week’s devastating storm, and let you know that our thoughts and support are with you as we all work to recover from the considerable destruction left in Hurricane Sandy’s wake.

Thus, we launched what we made clear up front was a criticism blog, critical of both of Harvard Law School for the problems of corruption and conflict of interest it is not addressing, and critical of the larger Unbound” community that was only willing to criticize large, faraway law firms for their ethical choices, and has not been willing to directly criticize the Harvard Law School administration for its own ethical choices.harvard law school

In fact, we’ve made clear we’ve hidden our identities even from the other members of the larger Unbound” community (we’ll explain a bit more why, in future posts, regarding what happens to Law School students who express unpopular thoughts using their own names).harvard law school