Idea Makers: Research, Writing, and the Path to Law Teaching at Harvard Law School





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Uploaded on Apr 29, 2009

By the Numbers:

Number of HLS grads accepting tenure-track law teaching positions in the last two years: 90+

Percentage of all Supreme Court clerks coming from Harvard in the last five years: 25%

Number of clerkships attained by HLS grads in just the last three years: 568

Number of students involved in scholarly law journals: 900+

Number of student-run law journals/reviews at HLS: 14

Number of research programs and centers at HLS: 17

Number of paid research assistantships held by HLS students every year: +250

Number of HLS students serving as teaching assistants throughout the university: 80+

Number of law review/journal articles published by HLS students in the last three years (not including student notes in the Harvard Law Review): 73

Number of federal judges who are HLS graduates: 149

Number of courses with 25 or fewer students enrolled: 100+

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