Tag: Harvard Law School

Power Suit: Fashion Statement or Employment Signal?

Image Credit: K2 images / Shutterstock.com When TV’s “The Good Wife” wore a distinctive “power suit” by Michael Kors on the show, she was trying to make an impression. When another famous political wife, who has a temporary job, wore the exact same suit to one of her husband’s important “work events,” was she just […]

Kagan’s Arrival Unlikely to Shift Supreme Court’s Overall Balance

The U.S. Senate confirmed Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday in a 63-37 vote. As expected, the senators voted along party lines, with only five Republicans voting to confirm President Barack Obama’s nominee. The final step in Kagan’s road to the Supreme Court will be a White House swearing-in ceremony. Kagan will become […]

Harvard Law Grad Reflects on Employers’ Prospects If Kagan on Court

by Joanna R. Vilos President Barack Obama today nominated Elena Kagan to replace Justice John Paul Stevens on the U.S. Supreme Court. Stevens has a reputation for making employee-friendly decisions in cases that have reached the high court, but most employers don’t have much familiarity with Kagan or her views on employment-related issues. So how […]