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Harvard Law School respects the right of every community member to speak and make their voices heard, including those who wish to express dissent. However, as outlined in the University-Wide Statement on Rights and Responsibilities, the exercise of that right is subject to time, place, and manner limitations that protect our students’ right to pursue their education free of interference or disruption and the university’s right and ability to conduct its operations. The following policies govern protest and dissent at Harvard Law School.

University-Wide Statement on Rights & Responsibilities

HLS Policies, Clarifications, and Application of University Rules on the HLS campus