A group of Harvard Law School students and alumni want the school to give the cold shoulder to senior officials in the Trump administration and lawmakers who furthered the former president’s agenda.

Nearly 200 of them have signed a letter to Dean John Manning asking the school to pledge not to hire the officials as faculty or hiring scholars. The school frequently brings on former government officials to fill such roles, the letter notes.

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