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As a GOLD alum — a Graduate of the Last Decade — your connection to Harvard Law School will never be stronger.

Reconnect with friends and classmates

HLS Amicus, a new community-building tool, makes engaging with friends and classmates—and forging new relationships across shared interests—easier than ever. Explore all this powerful new tool has to offer, and curate your own personal profile today.

Access career services

  • Private Sector Opportunities: Harvard Law School’s Office of Career Services (OCS) offers a wide range of services to alumni interested in private sector opportunities. Consider career possibilities, find information on career transitions and career management, and connect to other alumni-specific online resources. Explore the HLS Job Bank, or schedule an individual counseling appointment with an alumni advisor, who will work with you to develop your job search strategy. Visit Career Services for Alumni for information and links.
  • Public Interest Advising: The Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising (OPIA) offers a wide range of services to alumni making career moves into or within the public interest sector. Firm attorneys seeking to enter public service for the first time as well as public interest attorneys seeking a new position are invited to use these services to launch their searches. OPIA provides access to tools (databases, guides, and other online resources) that will assist you in your job search. You can also schedule an appointment, by phone or in person.

Mentor current students

Coming this fall, HLS Amicus will connect student and alumni communities through one-to-one advising and group mentoring.

Attend HLS Events

Maintain friendships with classmates, meet fellow graduates, and stay connected to the School by participating in local Harvard Law School Association (HLSA) and common interest group events. If we have your current e-mail and postal address information on file, we can send you invitations to activities being held in your area or that may otherwise be of interest. You can also visit the HLSA web site to find your local association, an events calendar, and more.