Harvard Law Students Want Ferguson Exam Delays, Too

Students at Harvard, Georgetown, and Columbia Law School say they were traumatized by the decisions made in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases

The Harvard Law School Library in Cambridge, Mass.

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Students at Harvard, Columbia, and Georgetown Law School are demanding their schools postpone exams because they say they were traumatized by grand jury decisions made in Ferguson, Mo., and New York that failed to indict white police officers who killed black men.

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