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Monday, June 28th

9:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Legal Lens NEW

Twelve Harvard Law students from six countries explore how laws and regulations can both disrupt lives and encourage constructive change. With intimate and powerful profiles of people -- either caught in or helped by the levers of the law -- five short films examine the jeopardy to people's homes and lives: neighborhood gentrification; innovative programs for veterans convicted of crimes; climate change and environmental dangers; pregnancy/parenting discrimination; and changes in the Temporary Protected Status for immigrants and their children born as U.S. citizens.

Tuesday, June 29th

2:00am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
Widescreen

Legal Lens

Twelve Harvard Law students from six countries explore how laws and regulations can both disrupt lives and encourage constructive change. With intimate and powerful profiles of people -- either caught in or helped by the levers of the law -- five short films examine the jeopardy to people's homes and lives: neighborhood gentrification; innovative programs for veterans convicted of crimes; climate change and environmental dangers; pregnancy/parenting discrimination; and changes in the Temporary Protected Status for immigrants and their children born as U.S. citizens.

10:00am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
Widescreen

Legal Lens

Twelve Harvard Law students from six countries explore how laws and regulations can both disrupt lives and encourage constructive change. With intimate and powerful profiles of people -- either caught in or helped by the levers of the law -- five short films examine the jeopardy to people's homes and lives: neighborhood gentrification; innovative programs for veterans convicted of crimes; climate change and environmental dangers; pregnancy/parenting discrimination; and changes in the Temporary Protected Status for immigrants and their children born as U.S. citizens.