On March 25, 2021, the U.S. law firm Sullivan & Cromwell rescinded job offers extended to 16 Harvard Law School students over their involvement in two letters related to Israel. According to Harvard Law students, the firm had rescinded the job offers related to the letters which had expressed concern about human rights violations in Israel. The first letter, signed by 42 Harvard Law School students, criticized Harvard Law’s decision to co-sponsor a program with the Israeli ANU Law School and to open a campus in Israel. The second letter, signed by 60 Harvard Law School students, retaliated against students who had signed the first letter, claiming that their open association with the first letter undermined their commitment to an impartial education. Sullivan & Cromwell has not publicly addressed the matter.