Harvard Law School & Lawrence Lessig
Harvard Law School (also known as Harvard Law or HLS) is one of the professional graduate schools of Harvard University. Lawrence Larry Lessig (born June 3, 1961) is an American academic and political activist. He is best known as a proponent of reduced legal restrictions on copyright, trademark, and radio frequency spectrum, particularly in technology applications, and he has called for state-based activism to promote substantive reform of government with a Second Constitutional Convention. /5
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Lessig a Harvard Law School professor and political activist has decided to drop out of the 2016 Democratic...
"The problem isn't the money, it's the fundraising." Lawrence Lessig, a professor at Harvard Law School on $ in politics.
Lawrence Lessig marked his appointment as Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School with a lecture titled "Aaron's Laws: Law and Ju...
UCLA conference on getting rid of Citizens United Nov.17,2012 Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law School and other speakers on Constitutional Law and ways of getting money out of politics.
An election eve conversation with Steven Johnson, author of "Future Perfect: The Case for Progress in a Networked World" and Harvard Law School's...
Must watch! A TED talk by Lawrence Lessig, Professor, Harvard Law School about "Laws Choking Creativity"
Lawrence Lessig is the Director of the Edmond J Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard University, and a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Prior...
Lawrence Lessig, a Harvard Law School professor who has been tracking money in the 2012 elections, said he has calculated that 47 individual Americans have given 42 percent of the money in this year's presidential campaign. "We have never had an election, in the last hundred years, that has had this type of money," he said.
The Atlantic contributor, Lawrence Lessig, Professor at Harvard Law School reports that .063 percent -- 196 Americans -- have given more than 80 percent of the super-PAC money spent in the presidential elections so far. If $$$ = votes at some level, we are losing the egalitarian basis of our political system. Will the chickens vote for Colonel Sanders?
vid Prof.Eben Moglen Columbia University + Prof.Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law School on Ownership of ideas ~>
Watching UP with Chris Hayes on MSNBC discussing "The Elites", The Crisis of Authority, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, what just happened with him & the $3B JP Morgan Chase "lost", "made a mistake" on Wall St. UP discusses how Dimon & all provide compensation for themselves that makes it rational. Also, discussed Enron -- "just do the deal" -- How a culture of IBGYBG (I'll be gone, you'll be gone!) can screw people's behavior-they take their huge rewards & even if called out, they are-"O.K."-it's called-They loose & they don't loose! The stupid game on Wall St., the bailouts, the C-Class Ee (who are the elites, the CEO's & top level execs), they walk away, the gov't backs up Wall St.'s mistakes, because they also profit - with compensation that makes it "rational" -- and We all bear the collective burden...! Many examples referencing the culture of the elites...another example being, Jerry Sandusky, Joe Paterno & the Penn State culture of what panelist, Harvard Law School's, Lawrence Lessig ...
Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig contrasts “Inc. Law” and “People Law” in a commencement speech he delivered last month at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. One system works well, and the other doesn’t, Lessig said in his speech posted at Lessig Blog, v2. Here are portions of his messa...
Something is clearly rotten in our Republic. Americans are disillusioned with the political system and angry as *** They feel like outsiders in their own nation, powerless over their own lives, blocked from having a real voice in how they are governed. But all of this can change. Lawrence Lessig, ...
In recent years, Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig has taken up the struggle against what is perhaps the root problem of American dysfunction: money’s corrosive effects on our political system. His recent book, Republic, Lost, outlined the systemic nature
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