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December 17, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Time Warner Inc. said it had named former Harvard Law School Dean Robert C. Clark to its board in a move to strengthen corporate governance. The addition of Clark, the first director to be appointed since the 2001 merger with America Online Inc., will expand the board to 14 members. He will be an independent director on the corporate governance and audit committees, the New York-based company said.
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December 17, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Time Warner Inc. said it had named former Harvard Law School Dean Robert C. Clark to its board in a move to strengthen corporate governance. The addition of Clark, the first director to be appointed since the 2001 merger with America Online Inc., will expand the board to 14 members. He will be an independent director on the corporate governance and audit committees, the New York-based company said.
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BUSINESS
September 24, 1986
Gregory B. Hadley has been appointed president of Forecast Lighting Co., Inglewood. At the same time, the company announced the following promotions: Robert C. Clark, vice president and chief financial officer; Alan Dobies, vice president-operations; Todd R. Langner, vice president-sales and product development; Thomas D. Richard, vice president-contract sales, and Ben Sclafani, vice president-engineering.
NEWS
February 18, 1989 | From United Press International
Robert C. Clark, a conservative member of the Harvard Law School faculty, was named dean of the school Friday by Harvard President Derek Bok. Clark, 44, a professor of corporate law, succeeds James Vorenberg, who is stepping down to resume teaching.
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September 11, 1992 | Associated Press
The dean of Harvard Law School has appointed a negotiator to ease tensions over the racial makeup of the school's faculty. In a letter to students, faculty and staff, Dean Robert C. Clark announced the appointment of Roger Fisher, an international negotiations expert who retired from the law school in July. Fisher will "explore ways in which we can create an environment that fosters greater mutual understanding and respect," the letter said.
NATIONAL
April 4, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Harvard Law School named Elena Kagan, a scholar and former aide in the Clinton White House, as the first female dean in the school's 186-year history. Kagan, 42, who has taught at Harvard since 1999, held several jobs in the Clinton administration. In 1999, she was nominated to serve on the U.S. Appeals Court in Washington, but the Senate did not act on the nomination and it expired when Congress adjourned in 2000. She replaces Robert C.
NEWS
December 27, 1992 | ELIZABETH MEHREN
Speaking of frightening thoughts: If current trends continue, Harvard Law School Dean Robert C. Clark predicts, by the year 2023, "there will be more lawyers than people." Since 1960, he reports, the number of lawyers in this country has increased at a rate more than five times faster than the growth rate of the general population.
NATIONAL
November 29, 2002 | From Associated Press
Harvard Law School Dean Robert C. Clark, who presided over a major reorganization of the student body, has decided he will step down at the end of the academic year. Clark, a corporate law scholar and dean since 1989, said this week that he planned to return to the school's faculty after a sabbatical. Clark, 58, oversaw an overhaul at the school, reshaping the student body into seven groups of roughly 80 students each. He also led a $183-million fund-raising campaign, completed in 1995.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1988
The Times is to be congratulated for its perceptive and supportive editorial for the improvement of transportation. Finally the media and more importantly, governments are beginning to realize what rail transportation advocates have been saying for years: Rail commuter service on existing rail lines can help the Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties' transportation and air pollution problems. However, what is appalling is the timetable for the projected Riverside to Orange County service.
OPINION
May 13, 1990 | David Dante Troutt, David Dante Troutt, a writer who grew up in Harlem, is a student at Harvard Law School
Inside the gray corridors of Harvard Law School, where 18th-Century oil paintings of robed barristers cast cold stares from beneath big wigs, there is divergence on the issue of diversity. Outside the classrooms, hundreds of students have marched and rallied in recent weeks to demand the tenure appointment of a woman of color to the faculty. It is a struggle waiting to happen on many campuses--a struggle to change the face of legal authority.
TRAVEL
March 6, 2011
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