Nefyn Meissner, associate director of admissions at Harvard Law School, and Anne Taylor, an admissions representative from the Boston University School of Law, will be on campus together to speak in depth about the quantitative aspects of the law school application, including transcripts, GPA and LSAT scores.
Boston University School of Law combines extraordinary teaching with a forward-thinking curriculum, offering over 200 courses and seminars in 18 areas of legal study, more study abroad opportunities than almost any US law school, and one of the widest selections of clinics and externships among the nation’s top 50 law schools.
Founded in 1817, Harvard Law School is the oldest continuously operating law school in the United States and is home to the largest academic law library in the world. HLS faculty has developed seven programs of study: Criminal Justice; International and Comparative Law; Law and Business; Law and Government; Law and History; Law and Social Change; and Law, Science, and Technology. The curriculum of more than 260 courses and seminars covers a broad range of traditional and emerging legal fields.
Attend this information session to learn more about each school’s program and how to successfully apply!
Presented by Harvard Law School and Boston University.