Harvard Law School did not defame a graduate by reprimanding her for plagiarizing a law review article, a federal judge has ruled.
Judge Rya Zobel of the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts granted summary judgment in a lawsuit brought in 2012 by Harvard Law graduate Megon Walker against the university, law school administrators and two former classmates.
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