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Lloyd Ohlin, at 90; taught criminal law at Harvard

Lloyd Ohlin used his compassion to guide his research and advice about crime, punishment, and rehabilitation. Lloyd Ohlin used his compassion to guide his research and advice about crime, punishment, and rehabilitation.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / December 29, 2008

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Less than a year after he became the second nonlawyer appointed to the Harvard Law School faculty, Lloyd E. Ohlin warned that the criminal justice system was doing too little to steer juvenile offenders away from a life of crime. (Full article: 967 words)

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