List of Harvard Law School alumni

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This is a list of notable alumni of Harvard Law School.

Contents

Law and politics[edit]

United States government[edit]

Executive branch[edit]

U.S. Presidents[edit]
U.S. Attorneys General[edit]
Executive Council Members[edit]

Legislative branch (U.S. Congress)[edit]

Senators[edit]
Representatives[edit]

Judicial branch[edit]

Supreme Court justices[edit]
Federal Court judges[edit]

State government[edit]

Governors[edit]
State politicians[edit]
State judges[edit]

City government[edit]

U.S. diplomatic figures[edit]

Other U.S. political figures[edit]

Non-United States government[edit]

Non-United States political figures[edit]

Canada[edit]
India[edit]
  • Shankar Dayal Sharma, former President of India
  • Kapil Sibal (LLM, 1977), held various ministerial posts (2004–2014), Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha for Uttar Pradesh 2016–present); former Additional Solicitor General of India (1989–1990); three-time President of the Supreme Court Bar Association (1995–96, 1997–98 and 2001–2002)
Taiwan (Republic of China)[edit]
United Kingdom[edit]
Other countries[edit]

Non-United States judicial figures[edit]

International court judges[edit]
National court judges[edit]
Hong Kong[edit]
Andrew Cheung, Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong (2018– ); former Chief Judge of the High Court of Hong Kong and President of the Court of Appeal of Hong Kong (2011–2018)
India[edit]
Other countries[edit]

International organizations figures[edit]

Attorneys[edit]

Academia[edit]

University presidents[edit]

Legal academia[edit]

Law school deans[edit]

Constitutional law[edit]

Criminal law[edit]

Legal history[edit]

International law[edit]

Law and literature[edit]

Legal philosophy[edit]

Law and technology[edit]

Other legal academia[edit]

Other academia[edit]

Activism[edit]

Arts[edit]

Acting[edit]

Architecture[edit]

  • Paul Byard, architect and director of the Columbia architecture school historic preservation program

Comedy[edit]

Film[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Visual arts[edit]

Business[edit]

Entertainment industry[edit]

Media and journalism[edit]

Commentators[edit]

Journalists[edit]

Publishers[edit]

Military[edit]

Spies[edit]

Sports[edit]

Other[edit]

Non-graduates[edit]

These students attended Harvard Law but, for various reasons, did not graduate.

Fictitious alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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