There are plenty of ways to engage with the scholarship and legal conversations that happen here at HLS—including through podcasts. We thought it would be helpful to share some current and recent podcasts that are of interest to anyone considering becoming a lawyer or applying to HLS.
We often view the summer as a period of preparation for new opportunities. Folks across the world are wrapping up their high school, college, and graduate studies to embrace the next phase of their lives. Some are in their final season of professional work before returning to the classroom. Others are planning and preparing for law school as early as their junior year of college. As the global COVID-19 pandemic dramatically alters the landscape of the season, we have heard from prospective applicants who are uncertain about how to approach the upcoming months. Many are wondering what the expectations of our office […]
Last week, you learned about the HLS dorms. This week, we’re featuring a unique housing opportunity at HLS: serving as a residential advisor for undergraduate students at Harvard College. All residential advisors at Harvard College are graduate students, known as “proctors” for first-year students and “tutors” in the twelve undergraduate Houses (where sophomores, juniors, and seniors live).
Over the coming weeks, we’re going to feature some of the places you can live while you are at Harvard Law School. First up: the on-campus dorms. HLS dorm options include Hastings Hall (one- and two-bedrooms), North Hall (singles), the “Woodframes” houses, or the Gropius Complex (singles).
Harvard Law School’s location right in the heart of Harvard Square definitely has its benefits. The constant rotation of food trucks, new restaurants, and innovative menu offering provide a dizzying number of meal options for any time of the day. We asked a few members of the HLS community to share their favorite lunch spots […]