Meet our incoming fall exchange students!

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This fall, nine students from law schools abroad are studying or conducting research at HLS. At the same time, 11 HLS students will spend the fall semester abroad, in Brazil, China, France, Japan, Mexico and Switzerland, either at our exchange partner schools or through an independent semester abroad, and this year two HLS students will enroll in the Harvard Law School and University of Cambridge J.D./LL.M. Joint Degree Program in the United Kingdom.

We hope you’ll have a chance to meet these visiting students.

Pictured above, left to right: FANG Longfei, Renmin University Law School, China; Luna Barroso, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil; Thomas Romailler, University of Geneva Faculty of Law, Switzerland; Harum Mukhayer, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; BAO Xiaoli, Renmin Law School, China; Joël Schwizgebel, University of Geneva Faculty of Law, Switzerland; Joel Phillips, Sydney Law School, Sydney, Australia; and Alice Dartevelle, Sciences Po Law School, Paris, France. (Not pictured: Tim Bowley, Sydney Law School, Sydney, Australia.)

Where can study abroad take you?
Visit the Semester Abroad pages in the International Legal Studies section of the HLS website, and watch the HLS Calendar of Events and this blog for postings about information sessions scheduled in September and later in the year.

The new year begins!

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This week, 184 new LL.M. students, 10 new S.J.D. candidates, and eight exchange students arrived on campus to begin or continue their studies at HLS. They join 52 S.J.D. candidates who are continuing their work this year. The students in our Graduate Program represent 69 countries and jurisdictions, from A (Afghanistan) to Y (Yemen), and we hope you’ll have a chance to meet many of them.

On August 16, Vice Dean William P. Alford, Assistant Dean Jeanne Tai, and members of the Graduate Program staff welcomed our newest students during the first orientation session in Milstein East.

On August 16, Vice Dean William P. Alford, Assistant Dean Jeanne Tai, and members of the Graduate Program staff welcomed our newest students during the first orientation session in Milstein East.

Welcome to the fall 2016 exchange students!

Fall 2016 exchange students at HLS.

This fall, 10 students from law schools abroad are studying at HLS as part of exchange agreements. At the same time, 11 HLS students are studying in France, Ghana, Japan, Switzerland, and the U.K.

We hope you’ll have a chance to meet these visiting students.

Pictured above, left to right: John Sabet (Sciences Po, France), LU Zhe (Renmin University, China), Camille Fromentin (Sciences Po, France), Manon Pasquier (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Maxime Lambilliotte (Sciences Po, France), Sharon Nyatsanza (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), Lukas Hafner (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies,Switzerland), Megan Ma (Sciences Po, France), Joshua Neoh Weng Fei (University of Cambridge, U.K.), Abdul Carrupt (University of Geneva, Switzerland).

Where can study abroad take you? Visit the semester abroad pages in the International Legal Studies section of the HLS website, and watch the ILS Events page and this blog for postings about information sessions scheduled in September and later in the year.

Introducing our incoming fall 2015 exchange students

Fall 2015 HLS exchange students

This fall, 10 students from law schools abroad are studying at HLS as part of exchange agreements. (At the same time, HLS students will be spending the semester abroad, studying in Australia, France, Ghana, Hong Kong, Israel, South Korea, Switzerland, and the U.K.)

We hope you’ll have a chance to meet these visiting students.

In this photo, left to right: Ann Kristin Glenster (University of Cambridge, U.K.), Joachim-Nicolas Herrera (Sciences Po, France), Jeanne-Rose Arn (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Crina Gealatu (Sciences Po, France), Margaux Marmy (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Michelle de Souza (Sydney Law School, Australia), Jiahui Quan (Renmin University, China).

Not pictured: Alessandra La Vaccara (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland), Soterios Loizou (University of Cambridge, U.K.), Emilija Marcinkeviciute (University of Cambridge, U.K.).

Where can study abroad take you? Visit the semester abroad pages in the International Legal Studies section of the HLS website, and watch the ILS Events page and this blog for postings about information sessions scheduled in September and later in the year.

Welcome spring 2015 exchange students!

Spring 2015 exchange students: Naomi Hart, Yanzhu Sun, Jen Eborall

Naomi Hart, Yanzhu Sun, Jen Eborall

Join us in welcoming the three students from HLS’ exchange partner schools who arrived last week.

Jennifer Eborall (Jen) is a student from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Naomi Hart is studying at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Yanzhu Sun is a student at Renmin University Law School in Beijing, China.

They’ve joined two fall semester exchange students who are continuing their studies through the spring semester:

2015 exchange students: Jean, Naomi, Yanzhu, Barrie, Jen

Jean, Naomi, Yanzhu, Barrie, Jen

Jean Grosdidier is a student at Sciences Po in Paris, France.

Barrie Sander is a student at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland.

Want to learn more about study abroad opportunities? Visit the semester abroad and HLS-University of Cambridge joint degree program pages on our website. Applications to spend a semester abroad next fall are due by February 15.