You may check the status of your Harvard Law School application online.
This feature will allow you to monitor the status of your file at your convenience.
In many instances, applicants have used the personal statement to provide more context on how their experiences and strengths could make them valuable contributors to the Harvard and legal communities, to illuminate their intellectual background and interests, or to clarify or elaborate on other information in their application. program must take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
Because applicants and their experiences differ, you are the best person to determine the content of your statement. LSAT or GRE scores taken within the past 5 years are considered valid.
If you are applying to HLS with a GRE score or are interested in requesting an application fee waiver directly from HLS, you may complete the HLS Fee Waiver Request Form.
The HLS Fee Waiver Request Form typically opens in early September, and closes on January 15 of each admissions cycle.
The College Certification must be filled out by an official from each undergraduate and/or graduate institution that you have attended (regardless of whether you received a degree from that institution).
This is, if necessary, to confirm your degree conferral as well as to confirm the responses you provided on your application to your character and fitness questions.
No application for admission will be considered before the application fee has been paid or a fee waiver has been granted.
It is very helpful for you to provide as much information as possible on the online form itself before referring the reader to attached materials.