Harvard Law School Finally Finds a Seal Bland Enough for 2021

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On the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. (Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters)

Dear Reader, you will doubtless be relieved to learn that one of the great problems of American society has finally been solved: Harvard Law School has a new seal. Five years ago, the oldest continually operating law school in the United States — founded in 1817 — scrapped the seal it has been using since 1936. The old seal’s design was, as you can see, entirely inoffensive in and of itself:

The grievance that led to “protests and sit-ins” in 2015–16 was that the crest was originally adopted because it was the family crest of Isaac Royall, who at his death …

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