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This fall, we are pleased to offer a number of virtual opportunities to engage with the J.D. Admissions Office. You will find below a variety of online resources that delve into the admission process, and the HLS experience. Please be sure to register in advance where appropriate.

If you require disability-related accommodations, please contact HLS Accessibility Services in the Dean of Students Office at accessibility@law.harvard.edu, or 617-495-1880 in advance of the event.

We look forward to meeting you virtually this fall!

Podcast: Navigating Law School Admissions with Miriam & Kristi

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HLS Library Tour

Two HLS librarians take you on a tour of beautiful Langdell Hall and share information on the resources available at the HLS Library. You may also enjoy this 360-degree virtual tour of Widener Library in Harvard Yard.


HLS Photo Tour

The main Harvard Law School campus consists of 19 buildings and is located on the northwest corner of Harvard Yard in Cambridge. Additional law school buildings can be found in Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood in Boston. Learn more about our buildings, residence halls, and their history below.

HLS Photo Tour

Virtual Historical Tour of Harvard University

Virtual Historical Tour of Harvard University

The Harvard University Visitor Center is offering a Virtual Historical Tour of Harvard. This virtual student-led tour of Harvard provides a history of the University, general information, and a unique view on the undergraduate student’s individual experience. The virtual historical tour showcases never-before-seen images of Harvard and its legacy in modern and historical times. Tours are conducted via Zoom and registration must be made in advance.

Register Here

Harvard Law Today

Harvard Law Today

An activist at home in the world

An activist at home in the world

Ais has been immersed in a blend of advocacy, legal scholarship, and community building.

Summations

Summations

Graduating students share thoughts on their aspirations, challenges, and making the most of their HLS experience.

‘Nothing is as it has been and I miss your face right now’

‘Nothing is as it has been and I miss your face right now’

Class of 2021 members of Scales of Justice commemorate graduation with a performance of "Rivers and Roads"