The Harvard Law School Forum is a non-partisan organization dedicated to bringing open discussion to campus on a wide range of legal, social, and political issues. For over half a century, the Forum has been a leading campus organization, hosting some of the most dynamic and historically important figures of its time, including President John F. Kennedy, President Jimmy Carter, Justice Thurgood Marshall, Fidel Castro, Henry Kissinger. Since its inception, its mission has been to facilitate timely discussion on important topics, allowing students to interact with the people that help shape the world they live in.
There are plenty of opportunities for first-year students to get involved, and we hope you decide to join us. If you’re interested working with the Forum, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or look for upcoming informational events in the fall.