Justice Breyer Returns to Harvard Law

Do you know that tired argument that there is no advantage to attending an elite university, like an Ivy League school, over a local public school? Don’t get us wrong. There are some great public schools in America — from the University of Michigan to the University of Virginia, the … 

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Harvard Law Admissions Changes

Harvard Law has announced some changes to its admissions policies. Students applying through the school’s Junior Deferral Program, which allows juniors to apply to the law school under the condition that they defer their enrollment for a minimum of two years provided they pursue meaningful work or scholarship in the … 

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Harvard Law School Deferral Program

For students enrolling in law school beginning in the fall of 2018, Harvard Law School won’t make you take the LSAT. Instead, students can choose to take the GRE — all in the hope of making the process of applying to law school easier, to encourage students to apply. While … 

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