If you follow @hlsadmissions on Instagram, you may have noticed we spent quite some time this fall on the road. This week we are settling back into the office and reflecting on all the prospective students we met and what we learned.
The personal statement is “an opportunity to give the Admissions Committee a better sense of who you are as a person and as a potential student and graduate of Harvard Law School.” But what does that mean to us?
Happy Tuesday, everyone. As promised back in August, we started our interviews in October this year, with a round last week. We know that there have been some questions about when the next round of interview invites will occur. You’re on to us – the interview schedule is changing this year. We are adapting to […]
"In my view, the two best things about forging a good relationship with a clinical instructor are first, that they are able to provide immediate and constant feedback on your work, and second, that as they see you growing as an advocate, they are able to give you increasing responsibility in real time."
We know that applying to law school is a big investment of your time and resources, and we do not want the HLS application fee to be a barrier for anyone. We encourage any prospective applicant for whom the application fee would be a hardship to take the following steps to obtain a fee waiver. […]
This fall, we will discuss each major component of your application in a series of blog posts. Our next topic is transcripts. Like your test scores, your grades are a component of your application that we look at when we are trying to get a sense of your academic abilities. We know that you are […]
It is the first day of class here at HLS, and the campus is buzzing. Our campus can get quiet during the summer, and we're thrilled to have the 2Ls and 3Ls back, and to welcome our 1Ls – the Class of 2021!