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Harvard Law School’s diverse student body is drawn from across the nation and around the world. HLS supports, advises, and advocates for Harvard Law students on a range of issues including issues related to race, gender identity and expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, and socioeconomic status.

The Dean of Students Office (DOS) supports activities throughout the year including activities which promote, examine, and celebrate diversity. Students are encouraged to visit our office to discuss ways that the office can be of assistance.


Outside Hark WCC students

Amicus: Mentoring at HLS

Amicus, a pilot mentoring program at HLS, is aimed at helping students connect with alumni who see the value of mentoring and want to serve as independent advisers and sources of support to students.

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The information on this page has been researched and provided by the Dean of Students Office at HLS. If you find that any of this information is no longer current, or if you have a question, please contact the Dean of Students Office.