The oldest association of its kind, the Harvard Law School Association (HLSA) serves over 40,000 members worldwide by supporting and sponsoring programming and events, providing a vital link between Harvard Law School and its increasingly diverse alumni body. The HLSA is open to HLS degree-holding alumni and current students.
The HLSA is an alumni volunteer lead organization comprised of the Executive Committee (organizational board) and geographic Clubs and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs). Should you have additional questions, please contact email@example.com.
HLSA Executive Committee
The HLSA Executive Committee fosters HLS alumni community building through geographic Clubs and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs). Their work is focused on developing volunteer leadership and deepening alumni engagement for a worldwide community.
Find A Club
Each of the HLSA geographically-based alumni Clubs has their own local flavor that reflects its community and culture. Spread across four continents, there are local HLS alumni ready to welcome you.
See all SIGs
The HLSA Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) reflect the interest and identities of Harvard Law School’s diverse alumni population. SIGs connect alumni from around the globe based on their shared interests, experience, culture, or profession.
Hosted by Clubs and SIGs, HLSA events happen regularly around the world, from California to Korea. They include discussion on trending topics, presentations by fellow alumni and thought leaders, networking events, and other social activities, including happy hours and more.
You belong to an extraordinary group of Harvard leaders, lawyers, and agents of change. Accessing this network and staying connected is easier than ever with HLS Amicus, our community-building platform.