CJI in the News

White Paper On the Decision by the Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis Whether to File Criminal Charges against Mark and Patricia McCloskey

White Paper On the Decision by the Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis Whether to File Criminal Charges against Mark and Patricia McCloskey 
Ronald S. Sullivan and Intisar A. Rabb, Harvard Law School | July 17, 2020

Harvard University Centers Condemn Recent Police Violence in the United States
Harvard FXB, Center for Health and Human Rights | May 29, 2020
https://fxb.harvard.edu/2020/05/29/carrcenterfxbcenterstatement/ 

HLS Last Class Lecture: “Every traumatic event is an opportunity to reset for greatness”
Harvard Law Today | May 20, 2020
https://today.law.harvard.edu/last-lecture-dehlia-umunna/ 

This is Criminal: Learning How to Forgive
This is Criminal Podcast | May 1, 2020
https://thisiscriminal.com/episode-139-learning-how-to-forgive-5-1-2020/

Two Clinical Staff Members Receive the Dean’s Award for Excellence
Clinical and Pro Bono Blog  | June 5, 2019
https://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2019/06/05/two-clinical-staff-members-receive-the-deans-award-for-excellence/

Harvard Law School’s Criminal Justice Institute Honors Jemele Hill at its 2018 Trailblazer Lecture
Clinical and Pro Bono Blog  | October 22, 2018
http://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2018/10/22/harvard-law-schools-criminal-justice-institute-honors-jemele-hill-as-its-2018-trailblazer-lecturer/

Carol Flores of CJI Receives Shatter the Ceiling Award
Clinical and Pro Bono Blog  | May 9, 2018
https://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2018/05/09/carol-flores-of-cji-receives-shatter-the-ceiling-award/

Criminal Justice Reform and Advocacy Through Storytelling
Harvard Law School in the World  | October 27, 2017
http://200.hls.harvard.edu/events/hls-in-the-world/criminal-justice-reform-advocacy-story-telling/

Learning how to be a lawyer in the Criminal Justice System
Harvard Law School Clinical and Pro Bono Programs Blog | March 24, 2017
http://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2017/03/24/learning-how-to-be-a-lawyer-at-the-criminal-justice-system/

Ronald Sullivan: How I help free innocent people from prison
TEDxMidAtlantic | January 10, 2017
https://www.ted.com/talks/ronald_sullivan_how_i_help_free_innocent_people_from_prison

Heather Williams and Amy Soto honored with Dean’s Award for Excellence
Harvard Law School Clinical and Pro Bono Programs Blog | September 30, 2016
https://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2016/09/30/heather-williams-and-amy-soto-honored-with-deans-award-for-excellence/

Using the Law to Heal the Wounds of Racism
Harvard Law School Clinical and Pro Bono Programs Blog | March 29, 2016
http://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2016/03/29/using-the-law-to-heal-the-wounds-of-racism/

Law School Students Protest Minow’s Response to Demands 
The Crimson | December 9, 2015
http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2015/12/9/hls-race-demands-protest/#.VmnYsPYnDQw.facebook

Amy E. Soto
The Harvard Crimson | December 7, 2015
http://www.thecrimson.com/image/2015/12/7/hls-amy-soto/#.VmnYc_xroNA.facebook

Dehlia Umunna appointed Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law
Harvard Law Today | March 31, 2015
https://today.law.harvard.edu/dehlia-umunna-appointed-clinical-professor-law-harvard-law/

Deputy Director and Lecturer on Law Dehlia Umunna wins Dean’s Award for Excellence
Harvard Law School Clinical and Pro Bono Programs Blog | October 20, 2014
https://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2014/10/20/deputy-director-and-lecturer-on-law-dehlia-umunna-wins-deans-award-for-excellence/

Clinical Spotlight: Robert Proctor
Harvard Law School Clinical and Pro Bono Programs Blog | March 26, 2014
https://blogs.harvard.edu/clinicalprobono/2014/03/26/clinical-spotlight-robert-proctor/