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Harvard Law School

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Student Body

Harvard Law prides itself on intellectual vigor and social engagement as well as on professional excellence. Its graduates join the ranks of some 37,000 alumni who are leaders in law, government, academia, and the corporate and non-profit worlds.

The JD program at Harvard Law emphasizes the development of practical skills and judgment through active participation in clinics, externships, and student practice organizations. The School believes that student-faculty relations form the core of its educational experience, and strives to keep its student/faculty ratio low.

Harvard is particularly noted for the scope of legal education it offers.  It gives students over 230 elective courses to choose from, in addition to opportunities for specialized study through the School’s many research centers and programs. Students interested in joining law with another discipline also have the option of pursuing joint degrees with Harvard Business School, the Harvard School of Public Health, and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

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Harvard Law School

1563 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138

Phone: (617) 495-3179

Email: jdadmiss@law.harvard.edu

Application Deadlines

Deadline: February 1

Admissions Criteria

Number of applicants: 6,335

Number of matriculants: 559

LSAT range (25 to 75 percentile): 171 to 176

GPA range (25 to 75 percentile): 3.78 to 3.97

Financial Aid

Harvard Law School offers the LIPP (Low Income Protection Plan) which helps graduates who accept qualifying jobs in low-paying fields such as non profits.

Tuition (2012-2013): $49,950

Student Body

Women: 48%

Minorities: 32%

International: 6%

Student faculty ratio: 12.2 to 1

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