Skip to content

All Areas of Interest

Lawyers’ guidance of clients’ affairs – ranging from transactions to finance to personal and family arrangements – centrally involves the interaction of economics and the law. Similarly, much litigation and government regulation addresses problems that arise from this interaction. Harvard Law School’s longstanding leadership in teaching and scholarship in law and economics prepares students to be lawyers and helps to shape a wide range of public policies.

From Harvard Law Today


HLS Professors

Visiting Professors & Lecturers

Research Programs and Centers

Related Courses

Course Term Instructor(s)
Animal Law Spring 2023 Course Kristen Stilt
Antitrust Law Spring 2023 Course Louis Kaplow
Bankruptcy Fall 2022 Course Mark Roe
Bankruptcy Spring 2023 Course Jared Ellias
Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and Fintech Fall 2022 Course Allen Ferrell
Business Valuation and Analysis Spring 2023 Course Bala Dharan
Classical Liberalism and the Rule of Law Spring 2023 Seminar Raymond M. Kethledge
Comparative Corporate Governance Fall 2022 Course Mariana Pargendler
Conceptions of Legal Entities Spring 2023 Seminar Reinier Kraakman
Contract Design Winter 2023 Course Alexander Stremitzer
All Related Courses