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  • Your Ethical Responsibility

    Your Ethical Responsibility

    Harvard Law School is committed to the equitable distribution of need-based aid. Central to this process is the expectation that financial information submitted by applicants is both true and complete.
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  • Assessed Student & Parent Resources

    Assessed Student & Parent Resources

    We assess both student and parent financial resources in order to equitably and fairly distribute our limited institutional grant funds to those with the greatest financial need.
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  • Consideration of Parent Resources

    Consideration of Parent Resources

    Parent financial information is required from all applicants for HLS Grant assistance who have not reached the age of 29 by September 1.
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  • International Students

    International Students

    International students are eligible to apply for HLS need-based grant and loan assistance and financial aid awards are determined using the same need-based approach that applies to students who are U.S. citizens.
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  • Married Students and Students with Dependents

    Married Students and Students with Dependents

    Financial aid for married students may be adjusted to expect a contribution from the spouse. Students with dependents may take into account the costs of caring for children.
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  • Joint Degree and Study Away Programs

    Joint Degree and Study Away Programs

    There are a number of joint degree and study away programs at HLS that will enhance your experience, knowledge and skills.
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