About Tours of Harvard Law School
Group tours of Harvard Law School take the fun and energy of The Hahvahd Tour and focuses it all on the oldest continually operating law school in the country. Harvard Law is responsible for ¼ of all Supreme Court clerkships, and you can walk their campus with one of our seasoned Harvard student guides. You’ll stop at the largest academic law library in the world. At Gannett Hall, the home of the Harvard Law Review, you’ll learn about the famous names that have led it’s publishing – including President Obama! Customize the tour or combine it with The Hahvahd Tour for the best Harvard experience. Looking for more options?
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Group Tour Benefits
- Harvard student guides greet your group on the law school campus.
- Tours are scheduled to fit your needs.
- Year-round availability.
- Multiple guides available for large groups
- Dedicated project manager makes sure your event run smoothly.
- Each additional student: $12
- Each additional adult: $14
- Tour Operators booking multiple tours can request special rates.
Law School Tour Themes
Our tour will focus on primarily 2 major themes:
Famous Harvard Law Grads: You’ll learn about the many legal scholars that have passed through Harvard Law School: Presidents Rutherford B Hayes and Barack Obama as well as First Lady Michelle Obama, Politicians from Tim Kaine to Ted Cruz, and Supreme Court justices from Antonin Scalia to Elena Kagan, among countless others.
History of Harvard Law: Founded in 1817, Harvard Law is the oldest continually operating law school in the US; follow it’s history from founding to modern day.
Law School Tour Stops
Langdell Library – The largest building on campus and home to the largest academic law library in the world.
Hauser Hall – Contains faculty offices, seminar rooms, conference rooms, and classrooms. Hauser was named the “most beautiful building” in the Boston area, winning the 1994 Harleston Medal from the Boston Society of Architects.
Austin Hall – Offices in Austin Hall include the Harvard Law Admissions Office, the East Asian Legal Studies, Harvard Mediation Program, and the Islamic Legal Studies Program. Located on the second floor is the Ames courtroom.
The WCC Complex – Includes three major Law School buildings: Wasserstein Hall, The Caspersen Student Center, and the Clinical Wing.
Gannett House – Home to the Harvard Law Review, the prestigious student-run journal of legal scholarship.
Harvard Full-Day Programs
After your tour of Harvard Law School we want you to discover the rest of Harvard Square! Turn your hour and a half tour into a Full day Harvard Program. Add a lunch at one of Harvard Square’s many local restaurants. Take a tour of the Harvard Art Museums or the Museum of Natural History, or explore them on your own. Enjoy a discount when you combine programs.
Tours are given in English
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