Harvard Law School Association Clubs and Shared Interest Groups serve as a forum for alumni to connect on a wide range of legal, business, and social levels to "advance the cause of legal education, to promote the interests and increase the usefulness of the Harvard Law School, and to promote mutual acquaintance and good fellowship" among all HLS alumni. As one becomes a member of the HLSA upon matriculation to HLS, there are no applications to complete nor membership fees to pay.
The oldest association of its kind, the Harvard Law School Association, serves over 40,000 members worldwide by supporting and sponsoring programming and events. The Association also provides a vital link between Harvard Law School and its increasingly diverse alumni body. See below to find a Club or SIG community that interests you.
If you have any questions or are interested in getting more involved with the HLSA, please email us at email@example.com.
Local Clubs encourage alumni connections by supporting and sponsoring programming, events, and alumni engagement in their local community. Clubs are geographically based and located all over the globe. Use the map or the menu to find a Club near you.
The Harvard Law School Association Shared Interest Groups or SIGs reflect the makeup of Harvard Law School’s diverse alumni population. SIGs are recognized communities that engage alumni around a central purpose, mission, background, or industry affiliation.
If the Club or SIG you are looking for is not listed on this page, and you are interested in starting one, please review and complete the New Club/Shared Interest Group interest form. The Harvard Law School Association receives several requests for a new Club or Shared Interest Group each year and regularly evaluates requests on a rolling basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.