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Harvard Law School Reunions

Return to campus and make new memories in the place where you launched your life in the law. Reunions are an opportunity to see old friends, create new connections, and learn about the many new programs and initiatives taking place at your alma mater.

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Fall Reunion 2017 Alumni

Connect and celebrate

Harvard Law School holds two class-year reunion celebrations every year: 

Spring—In April, we invite those alumni celebrating their 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th, and 30th Reunion.

Fall—In October, we invite all those celebrating their 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, 55th, 60th, 65th and 70th Reunion.

We also host affinity celebrations: Celebration of HLS Alumnae, Celebration of Black Alumni (CBA), and Celebration of Latino/a Alumni (CLA).

“It’s just remarkable to catch up with people who were so involved in a very important phase of my life.”

Peter Krause ’74
Past President, Harvard Law School Association

Engage and enjoy

  • a topical and inspiring program of speakers, panels, and presentations
  • alumni and faculty who share their stories and expertise
  • a conversation with the dean of Harvard Law School

Remember, rekindle, reconnect

Reuniting with classmates and friends is the most exciting part of reunions. There are lots of opportunities to socialize and celebrate:

  • all-class dinners and receptions
  • luncheons
  • social activities: museum tours, special social breaks
  • Celebration of life service honoring classmates who have passed
  • And much more…

Questions answered

We want to welcome you back! If you have any questions about reunions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at reunions@law.harvard.edu or 617-384-9523.

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