Harvard Law School
The School's mission is to educate leaders who contribute to the advancement of justice and the well-being of society. The School provides training for law practice in every possible setting, for law teaching and legal scholarship, for government and business, and for many other roles. The School, through its faculty, students, and graduates, seeks to make substantial contributions toward solving society's complex problems. An important emphasis of the School is on public service, in which it hopes every one of its graduates will engage.