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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.

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