Harvard Law School Involvement in 2007

This year in 2007 seems to be the year for me to get more involved than ever before in many community and law school activities. Besides my speaking at Prof. Deborah Anker’s immigration law and policy class at Harvard on Wednesday, March 7, 2007, I will speak at the Harvard Law School’s Worldwide Alumni Congress to be held in mid-June 2007 in Washington, D.C. The worldwide Congress allows all Harvard Law School alumni to meet once every three years to learn about updates on the school, how we can participate in various programs to enhance the law school and help with fundraising and other activities. The last time I attended the worldwide Congress in London in 2004 was a wonderful opportunity to meet some old friends and to hear the first woman dean of Harvard Law School, Elena Kagan, share her vision for the law school.

This year also marks the 20th year of my graduation from Harvard Law School (HLS). I was invited to co-Chair my HLS 20th Year Reunion Committee. Our 20th year celebrations are expected to be in late October 2007. I look forward to another event where I will meet many in our class and share my stories in this Murthyblog with you all.

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