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September 14, 2004

Exploiting others' labor, indeed

It turns out Harvard Law School's Charles J. Ogletree, Jr., high oracle of the reparations litigation movement, grabs great chunks of other people's writing and passes it off as his own. Coverage: Library Journal, Boston Globe, Crimson. Ogletree is the Jesse Climenko professor of law and vice dean for Clinical Programs at Harvard Law School, and this spring was appointed director of the newly formed Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at HLS.

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