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HLS Community Resources

  • Event Publicity

    We can assist with publicity in the HLS Calendar, on campus video displays, and with event posters

    Event Publicity

    We can assist with publicity in the HLS Calendar, on campus video displays, and with event posters

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  • Media Relations

    We offer general media assistance and how to get media coverage for your event

    Media Relations

    We offer general media assistance and how to get media coverage for your event

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  • Photography

    We maintain a database of more than 11,000 professional-quality images of HLS faculty, student life, buildings and events

    Photography

    We maintain a database of more than 11,000 professional-quality images of HLS faculty, student life, buildings and events

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  • Graphic Design

    Support is available to help create event posters, brochures, invitations, campus video displays and more

    Graphic Design

    Support is available to help create event posters, brochures, invitations, campus video displays and more

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  • Online Support

    We offer guidance in the planning and implementation of HLS websites, social media accounts and online video

    Online Support

    We offer guidance in the planning and implementation of HLS websites, social media accounts and online video

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  • Video and Audio

    We provide guidelines and best practices for those in the HLS community who are planning to record and publish audio or video content

    Video and Audio

    We provide guidelines and best practices for those in the HLS community who are planning to record and publish audio or video content

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Resources for Journalists

Members of the news media should contact the HLS Public Information Officer, or consult these web pages for useful information.

Latest News from Harvard Law School

HLS mock trial team earns high marks at the National Student Trial Advocacy Competition

HLS mock trial team earns high marks at the National Student Trial Advocacy Competition

April 28, 2017

The Harvard Law School mock trial team of Kaitlyn Beck ’19, Haydn Forrest ’19, Rahul Garabadu ’19, and Marilyn Robb ’18 took Fifth Place at the National Student Trial Advocacy Competition March 30–April 2 in Cleveland.

HLS WTO moot court team wins All-America regional competition

April 28, 2017
HLS WTO moot court team wins All-America regional competition

The Harvard Law School World Trade Organization (WTO) moot court team won the North America regional competition at the European Law Students Association (ELSA) Moot Court Competition (EMC2) on WTO Law in March.

William Ahee ’17 and Lam Nguyen Ho ’08 are the 2017 Gary Bellow Award winners

April 27, 2017
William Ahee ’17 and Lam Nguyen Ho ’08 are the 2017 Gary Bellow Award winners

Harvard Law School student William Ahee ’17 and alumnus Lam Nguyen Ho ’08 have received the Gary Bellow Public Service Award, established in 2001 to honor HLS Professor Gary Bellow ’60, his commitment to public service, and his innovative approach to the analysis and practice of law.

The Affordable Care Act: Past, Present and Future with William Schultz

April 25, 2017
The Affordable Care Act: Past, Present and Future with William Schultz

On March 23, William B. Schultz, former general counsel of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2011-2016), discussed the complicated politics surrounding the Affordable Care Act and possible policy options for the next phase of the law’s evolution.

CSIS commissioners discuss the challenges of countering violent extremism

April 25, 2017
CSIS commissioners discuss the challenges of countering violent extremism

Several members of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ Commission on Countering Violent Extremism gathered at HLS in March to discuss findings from the commission's November 2016 report, which outlines a strategy for the United States to diminish the appeal of extremist ideologies and narratives.