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Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Institute

Meminerimus etiam adversus infimos justitiam esse servandam.

Let us remember that justice must be observed even to the lowest.

-Cicero

The Criminal Justice Institute is the curriculum-based criminal law clinical program of Harvard Law School. The mission of the Criminal Justice Institute is to educate Harvard Law School students in becoming effective, ethical and zealous criminal defense lawyer-advocates through practice in representing indigent individuals involved in the Massachusetts court system as well as to research and present issues and debates about the criminal and juvenile justice systems in order to affect local and national reform.

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Harvard Law School is committed to the full inclusion of students with disabilities in the life of the University. Students requesting accessibility resources or accommodations in any of HLS’s Clinical and Pro Bono Programs may work with Accessibility Services in the Dean of Students

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Volume 22 Number 3 Winter 2017/18: The Independent Review: The Independent Institute

Volume 22  Number 3  • 

Winter 2017/18

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The Health Law & Policy Institute (HLPI)

Health Law & Policy Institute

The Health Law & Policy Institute (HLPI) at the University of Houston Law Center is home to one of the nation’s leading health law programs. We have been consistently ranked as a top 10 program U.S. News and World Report for over two decades. HLPI has been at the forefront of legal education, scholarship, and policy analysis for over forty years. Formed in 1978, HLPI has built a diverse portfolio of research on a variety of topics, including health finance systems; disability law; health information exchange; genetic data; health care quality and access improvement; integrated provider organizations; and questions of individual rights in health care and biomedical research.

We provide our students with a rigorous, comprehensive, and cutting-edge education in health law at the basic (J.D.) and advanced (LL.M.) levels to prepare them for careers in health law practice, policy, and academia. Faculty at HLPI conduct independent and grant-funded research

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The Law | Mises Institute

How is it that the law enforcer itself does not have to keep the law? How is it that the law permits the state to lawfully engage in actions which, if undertaken by individuals, would land them in jail?

These are among the most intriguing issues in political and economic philosophy. More specifically, the problem of law that itself violates law is an insurmountable conundrum of all statist philosophies.

The problem has never been discussed so profoundly and passionately as in this essay by Frederic Bastiat from 1850. The essay might have been written today. It applies in ever way to our own time, which is precisely why so many people credit this one essay for showing them the light of liberty.

Bastiat’s essay here is timeless because applies whenever and wherever the state assumes unto itself different rules and different laws from that by which it expects other people

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