Lawrence Velvel

Lawrence Velvel, dean of the Massachusetts School of Law, is the author of Thine Alabaster Cities Gleam and An Enemy of the People. He can be reached at:

How Minorities and the Poor are Kept Out of U.S. Law Schools

Harvard’s Truth Problem

Madoff: What Should be Done Now?

Madoff’s Victims

Investing with Madoff

Investing with Madoff

Investing with Madoff

Investing with Madoff

Investing with Bernie Madoff

Why Blagojevich Might Be Acquitted

Obama and Afghanistan

Goldsmith Stands Convicted–By His Own Mouth

When Courts Bow Down to Secrecy

The American Moral Meltdown Accelerates

Throwing Rumsfeld Under the Bus

Moral Meltdown

The Pretexter in Chief

The Moral Rot in Congress

Harvard and Its Presidents

Physical Courage, Moral Courage and American Generals

The Gang That Couldn’t Leak Straight

Journalistic Schizophrenia

Senate Filibuster More Urgent Than Ever

Alito and the Democrats

Alito Simply Refuses to Answer Fundamental Questions

The NYT’s Unconscionable Decision to Sit on the NSA Story for a Year

The Usurpers of Our Freedoms

A Bore Called Bob

George the Disconnected

Iraq, Brains and Lies

Why Did Libby Lie?

Lying, Law Schools and Executive Power