News and Profiles

News and Profiles

Chayes Fellows Circle the Globe

The Chayes International Public Service Fellowships, established in 2001 and dedicated to the memory of HLS Professor Abram Chayes ’49, provides students with the opportunity to spend eight weeks during the summer working with governmental or non-governmental organizations concerned with issues of an international scope or relevant to countries in transition.

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Berkman Klein Report Evaluates the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Human Rights

AI-based tools are increasingly being used by people and organizations in positions of authority to make important, often life-altering decisions. But how do these instances impact human rights, such as the right to equality before the law, and the right to an education?.

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Clinical Education at HLS: Experiential and Essential

With 29 clinics in a wide range of fields of law and policy, students develop skills in an experiential program that constantly adapts to their interests, as well as to new approaches and areas of the law.

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Alumni Voices

Alumni Voices

“Harvard Law School changed my life....It gave me the confidence to face the world.”

— Chris N. Mburu LL.M. '93, Senior Human Rights Advisor, United Nations

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Throughout the year, we host many events and talks on campus, including the Traphagen Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series, as well as several events around the world. Additionally, local Harvard Law School Alumni Association Clubs host regular networking events to which all HLS alumni are invited. See what HLS events are happening in your area!