On Feb. 13., while offering up their native foods and dressed in traditional garb (or as rabid fútbol fans), the Harvard Law School (HLS) LL.M. class of 2016 welcomed faculty, students and staff to the annual International Party in Wasserstein Hall. For over a decade the yearly event has been an opportunity for graduate students to share their cultures with the HLS community, featuring music and dance performances from around the world. There are 181 students in this year’s LL.M. class, including 16 Supreme Court or Constitutional Court Clerks (for courts in Australia, Israel, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom) and 19 Fulbright Scholars. They represent 69 countries/jurisdictions, from Andorra to Zimbabwe.