1. Inside Harvard Law School

    Take a minute to get a glimpse into community life here at Harvard Law.

    . September 2, 2015

  2. Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship at Harvard: Interdisciplinarity and Impact at The Berkman Center for Internet and Society

    CHRISTOPHER BAVITZ Clinical Professor of Law, Harvard Law School;  Managing Director, Cyberlaw Clinic; Faculty Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship at Harvard: Interdisciplinarity and Impact at The Berkman Center for Internet and Society For those of us with a strong interest in technology, entrepreneurship, and innovation, it could not be a […]

    . April 17, 2015

  3. Looking Ahead: The Wait List, Transfers, and Next Year’s Application

    Looking Ahead: The Wait List, Transfers, and Next Year’s Application  With summer fast approaching, many of you are finishing your final semesters at college, defending graduate dissertations, or sketching out the next steps of your careers. Wherever you are in this process, I wanted to link you to a few posts that might help you […]

    . April 13, 2015

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  4. Clinics at HLS

    Rebecca Moses is a 3L from New York City who came to HLS straight from Georgetown University. With a strong interest in criminal law and a commitment to public service, she hopes to pursue a career as a federal prosecutor. Student Voice: Clinics at HLS Though I came to law school precisely to pursue a […]

    . March 31, 2015

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  5. OPIA: Supporting Public Interest at HLS

    Jessica Ranucci is a 2L at HLS. She is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana. Prior to HLS, she directed a youth program at a community center in Boston. Isabel Broer is a 2L from central Massachusetts. Isabel studied political science at Columbia before joining TFA in Denver, Colorado. With a strong interest in education policy, she […]

    . March 25, 2015

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  6. Early Interview Program: Exploring Opportunities

    Sandra Hough is a 2L at HLS. Originally from Basking Ridge, New Jersey, she ventured south to Duke University for college. After graduating, she spent two years working as a paralegal at a law firm in New York City. At HLS, she is on the board of the Women’s Law Association and an editor of […]

    . March 23, 2015

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  7. Building a Public Interest Career at HLS

    Jessica Ranucci is a 2L at HLS. She is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana. Prior to HLS, she directed a youth program at a community center in Boston. Mark Thomson is a 2L at HLS. He is from Minneapolis, MN. Before coming to HLS, he worked as a legal assistant in Chicago. Building a Public Interest […]

    . March 16, 2015

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  8. Cold Calls and Volunteers: Socratic Method at HLS

    Kellen Wittkop is a 2L at HLS. Originally from Broomfield, Colorado, she received her BA in Economics and English from Colorado State University. She spent last summer in Washington, DC at the US Department of Justice, and will be going home to Denver next summer for an internship at Faegre Baker Daniels. When she’s not […]

    . March 10, 2015

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  9. International Opportunities: Summertime Travel and Semester-long Study

    In her first post, Lindsay Church gave an overview of the career pipeline at HLS. In this post, she talks a bit more about opportunities to study and work internationally during law school. In addition to her classwork and travel, Lindsay also serves on the board of the Federalist Society and is the news editor […]

    . March 6, 2015

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  10. Career Pipeline

    Lindsay Church is a second-year student from Jacksonville, Florida. Before coming to HLS, she studied journalism at the University of South Carolina. Student Voice: Career Services at HLS The Early Interview Program Without a doubt, the job search process is among the most anxiety inducing part of all of law school. After wrapping up 1L, […]

    . March 2, 2015

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  11. Outside the Lecture Hall 2

    Noah Marks is a current 2L from Chapel Hill, NC. He went to school at Swarthmore College, where he studied Engineering and Religion, and then received a MA from the Jewish Theological Seminary in Biblical Interpretation before coming to HLS. Long-term, he is interested in administrative and regulatory law, and how the idea of sacredness […]

    . February 23, 2015

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  12. Myth Buster: Classroom Experience at HLS

    Jaimie McFarlin is a third-year Harvard Law School student, originally from Monroe, New York and a member of the Harvard Black Law Students Association. Before law school, Jaimie played professional basketball in Copenhagen, Denmark and worked in Washington, D.C. for a lobbying organization. She received both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration […]

    . January 26, 2015

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  13. Finding Your Fit: Law School Choices

    Marissa is a 2L from the San Francisco Bay Area by way of five years in Atlanta at Emory University—four for school and one working in Development and Alumni Relations. She double majored in History and French Studies, with a minor in Theatre Studies.  A Perfect Fit I knew I wanted to go to graduate […]

    . January 20, 2015

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  14. Facing Ferguson, Driving Change

    Facing Ferguson, Driving Change Thanks to the activism of our students and the response our faculty, critical discussions on race and justice are taking place all around the HLS campus. Watching these events unfold, I have been reminded that the work that takes place here has impact far beyond the walls of our lecture halls […]

    . January 20, 2015

  15. Learning Appellate Advocacy at HLS: Ames Moot Court Competition

    In his first post, Jacob Hanna wrote about the First-Year Ames Moot Court Competition, a chance for 1Ls to get a taste of courtroom life. In this post, he writes about other opportunities for upperclassmen to hone the craft of litigation here at HLS. Learning Appellate Advocacy at HLS: Ames Moot Court Competition We are […]

    . January 13, 2015