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Alert COVID-19 Update

Harvard University and Harvard Law School will shift to remote teaching and learning beginning Monday, March 23. For more information and the latest updates, please visit the HLS coronavirus information page.


Students at Harvard Law School have a wide variety of interests outside the classroom, many of which are explored through the more than 90 on-campus student organizations, groups, and activities. These organizations based on social, political, service and professional interests hold nearly daily events ranging from workshops, panels, and conferences to concerts, networking opportunities, and athletics. Combined with activities coordinated by 1L Social Chairs, the 2L Social Committee, and the 3L Marshals as well as the Dean of Students Office, campus life at HLS remains a vibrant and community-focused environment. Students are continually given a wide range of opportunities to create and implement ideas for activities and are encouraged to pursue their interests by participating in or creating student organizations as well as planning one-time events.