Call for Student Fellow Applications, 2019-2020
The Project on the Foundations of Private Law is now accepting applications for student fellowships. The deadline for submission is Monday, September 23, 2019. Follow the link below for more details.
Private Law Courses, 2019-2020
Harvard Law School offers many courses in private law subjects. A full list of courses offered in 2019-2020 is available here.
Private Law Prizes
- Jiaxiong Daryl Xu, LL.M. ’19 for “Negotiating Damages: Rationalizing the Compensatory View”
- Richard Liu, LL.M. ’18 for “Agreements to Negotiate in Good Faith in the US and England: Polar Opposites or Much the Same?”
- Lauren Brazier, LLM ’17 for “Contemporary Developments in the Law of Tracing: Towards a New Theory of Equitable Tracing”
- Zhong Tan, LLM ’17 for “Disruptive Doctrinalism: Relational Contract Theory and the Province of Private Law”
- Ahson Azmat JD ’17 for “Torts are Wrongs: But are Torts Wrongs? Two Problems for Civil Recourse Theory”
Ben Hai LLM ’16 for “Restitutionary Mitigation in Unjust Enrichment”
- Malcom M. Lavoie LLM ’15 for “Why Restrain Alienation of Indigenous Lands? Historical, Comparative, and Theoretical Insights from Common Law Countries”
- Kevin M. Neylan, Jr. JD ’15 for “Bundled Systems and Better Law: Against the Leflar Method of Resolving Conflicts of Law”
- David Feder, JD ’14 for “Toward a Functional Rule of Beneficiary Standing”
- Michael Harbour, JD ’13 for “The Relationship Between Rights and Remedies in Private Law: A Defense of Rights Essentialism”
- Ee Kuan Tan, LLM ’13 for “Rediscovering Subjective Devaluation”