The Harvard Law and Political Economy Group is a student organization at Harvard Law School formed with the aim of promoting scholarship and teaching that investigates how legal practice has been central to the growth economic inequality and how legal tools may be repurposed to respond to this problem. The Group aims to bring questions of political economy to the center of law school life through activities such as a regular speaker series, workshops to develop alternative curricula, and to develop a cases-and-materials book that would act as a ready reference for a law-and-political economy canon.