The subject is not limited; the choice of topic itself may be informative to the readers.→Addendum You may use this attachment slot to provide any additional information necessary for a full representation of your candidacy.
The subject is not limited; the choice of topic itself may be informative to the readers.
Note that there is a 100 to 250-word limit for each question.
If applicable, you may choose to submit an optional additional statement to elaborate on how you could contribute to the diversity of the Harvard Law School community.[This is a diversity statement prompt.] →Addenda If you have an addendum, please attach it here.[This is an open-ended addendum prompt, which could be used to submit a GPA addendum, standardized test addendum, or work or study break addendum, among others.] Deadline: Mar 1 Early Decision: Dec 1 →Personal Statement Please use the personal statement to introduce yourself to the Admissions Committee and to help the Committee get to know you on a personal level.
It should demonstrate your potential contribution to the Law School community beyond simply academics and should demonstrate your ability to communicate your thoughts effectively.
→250-Word Essay Write an essay of not more than 250 words about a subject of your choice.
The Admissions Committee looks to the 250-word essay to evaluate an applicant's writing, reasoning, and editing skills.