Lani Guinier takes post at Harvard Law School

February 1998
Jet;02/16/98, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p26
Reports on the appointment of Lani Guinier to a teaching post at Harvard Law School. Her status as the first tenured minority woman to join the faculty of the law school; Details of her career in law.


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