Last month, hundreds of Harvard Law students walked out to protest how our institutions—from this school to the Senate—have failed to adequately address allegations of harassment, assault, and discrimination in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.

We want Harvard Law School to take action on harassment, assault, and discrimination both on this campus and in the legal profession at large. We want to have a conversation that’s open to everyone who is concerned about these issues, where we can talk about what this school can do to rebuild our trust.

On Tuesday, October 30, at noon in WCC 1019, The Pipeline Parity Project and the Harvard Law School HALT will present some of our ideas about what HLS should do to fight harassment, assault, and discrimination at this institution and in the legal profession at large, and then we’d love to hear from all of you. Lunch will be served, courtesy of The Harvard Law Forum!

We also encourage everyone to attend HALT’s Take Back the Night event from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on November 5 in the Student Org Room. Please feel free to reach out to with any questions!