During the last week of May this year, three Harvard Law School classes celebrated a long-awaited Commencement. Members of the Class of 2022, who received their diplomas from Dean John F. Manning ’85 on the 26th, were followed over the weekend by returning graduates from the Classes of ’20 and ’21, whose in-person Commencement exercises had been postponed due to the pandemic. They heard words of wisdom from speakers including former Attorney General Loretta Lynch ’84 and Sen. Elizabeth Warren. And they shared the celebration with friends and family members of all ages.