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ab_medab_med Registered User Posts: 465 Member
edited July 2007 in Law School
Here is a link to the HLS application:

http://www.law.harvard.edu/admissions/jd/apply/application_materials/2007-Application.pdf

Question: Is this really the whole application? Do they really only give you a few tiny lines to fill in your ECs and your work experience? I know you have to include a personal statement, resume, and recommendations, but this seems like a really short application. Are all law school apps like this?
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Replies to: App ?

  • AmericanskiAmericanski Registered User Posts: 683 Member
    You generally fill the applications out online, but there's really no need to have a ton of space for those things, since you attach a resume.
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