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HLS students enjoy learning about international, foreign, and comparative law in a variety of ways — through interactions with classmates who come from more than 85 countries, through over 100 courses and reading groups and many events at HLS and around the University, and through the first-hand experience of studying and working in other countries.

For example, with support from International Legal Studies’ signature programs, HLS students have recently:

A wide range of HLS fellowships provide opportunities for students both during and after law school. International Legal Studies also provides occasional discretionary grants to defray costs for students undertaking independent projects abroad.

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In our Roadmaps, read about some of the amazing ways students have explored international legal studies at HLS:

  • A winter term filming a documentary on water rights in India
  • A semester in Beijing studying comparative law
  • Developing an international business plan through the Harvard Innovation Lab
  • A summer in Lebanon collecting testimony on the treatment of refugees

and more.