Credit: Photograph by Adam Dean/The New York Occasions/Redux. The Graduate Program also hosts the Visiting Scholar/Visiting Researcher program, which accommodates a small variety of legal students and researchers from all over the world who are engaged in major analysis projects for which the Law School’s outstanding library sources could also be of assistance.
The LL.M. and S.J.D. applications expose students to American modes of legal schooling (which emphasize important pondering and self-inquiry) in addition to to substantive law, and improve our students’ means to do advanced scholarly work.
Harvard’s scope is measured in its unparalleled breadth and depth of courses and clinics, its big selection of research applications, its numerous pupil body drawn from across the nation and all over the world, and its in depth network of distinguished alumni.
The Graduate Program is the division of Harvard Law Faculty liable for the Grasp of Laws (LL.M.) and the Physician of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) degrees, and for varied aspects of graduate legal research, including the Visiting Scholar/Visiting Researcher program.
Over the course of her career, as Bonnie Docherty ’01 has emerged as a world knowledgeable on civilian safety in armed battle, she has also mentored scores of clinical college students, from area researchers in conflict zones to advocates inside the halls of the U.N. in Geneva.