Fee waivers from LSAC cover multiple application fees and some LSAC services, and an LSAC fee waiver may be the best way for you to reduce application related expenses.
If LSAC has granted you a LSAT/LSAC Credential Assembly Service Fee waiver and you apply to HLS, your application fee will be waived.
HLS application fees are waived by HLS on the basis of financial need as demonstrated by information on the HLS form.
No application for admission will be considered before the application fee has been paid or a fee waiver has been granted.
The best “why school X” essays—the ones that might actually move the needle—feel organic and earnest.
If a school doesn’t specify, aim for about one double-spaced page, or roughly 250–350 words.The personal statement provides an opportunity for you to present yourself, your background, your ideas, and your qualifications to the Admissions Committee.Please limit your statement to two pages using a minimum of 11-point font, 1-inch margins, and double spacing.The personal statement is intended as an opportunity to give the Admissions Committee a better sense of who you are as a person and as a potential student and graduate of Harvard Law School.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).Please answer all questions and sign the form or Certification Letter. The following links are to sample resumes from successful applicants in prior years.You do not have to follow the formatting used in these resumes, but all three are examples of well-organized, easy-to-read drafts.The HLS Fee Waiver Request Form typically opens in early September, and closes on January 15 of each admissions cycle.We cannot accommodate any fee waiver requests made prior to or after those dates.You might start by saying what first piqued your interest—a comment from a friend, an interview you saw with a dean—and then explain how your interest grew as you did more research.Describe your visit to the school, if you made one, or your conversation with a student or alumnus, if you spoke to one.