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Harvard Law Expands Deferral Program, Pushing Students to Gain Work Experience - Law Students News

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Posted on: May 11, 2017

Harvard Law School, expanding a pilot program for Harvard undergraduates, said recently that it would allow juniors accepted from any college to defer admission as long as they finish college and spend at least two years working, studying or pursuing research or fellowships.

The expanded program will be open to students applying starting this fall. The existing pilot program, for Harvard juniors, was started in 2014 to encourage students to gain work experience before entering law school and to encourage those studying science, technology, engineering or math to pursue the legal profession.

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