List of Harvard Law School alumni

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

Law and politicsEdit

United States governmentEdit

Executive branchEdit

U.S. PresidentsEdit
U.S. Attorneys GeneralEdit
Executive Council MembersEdit

Legislative branch (U.S. Congress)Edit

SenatorsEdit
RepresentativesEdit

Judicial branchEdit

Supreme Court justicesEdit
Federal Court judgesEdit

State governmentEdit

GovernorsEdit
State politiciansEdit
State judgesEdit

City governmentEdit

U.S. diplomatic figuresEdit

Other U.S. political figuresEdit

Non-United States governmentEdit

Non-United States political figuresEdit

CanadaEdit
IndiaEdit
  • 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 KingdomEdit
Other countriesEdit

Non-United States judicial figuresEdit

International court judgesEdit
National court judgesEdit
Hong KongEdit
 
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)
IndiaEdit
Other countriesEdit

International organizations figuresEdit

AttorneysEdit

AcademiaEdit

University presidentsEdit

Legal academiaEdit

Law school deansEdit

Constitutional lawEdit

Criminal lawEdit

Legal historyEdit

International lawEdit

Law and literatureEdit

Legal philosophyEdit

Law and technologyEdit

Other legal academiaEdit

Other academiaEdit

ActivismEdit

ArtsEdit

ActingEdit

ArchitectureEdit

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

ComedyEdit

FilmEdit

LiteratureEdit

MusicEdit

Visual artsEdit

BusinessEdit

Entertainment industryEdit

Media and journalismEdit

CommentatorsEdit

JournalistsEdit

PublishersEdit

MilitaryEdit

SpiesEdit

SportsEdit

OtherEdit

Non-graduatesEdit

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

Fictitious alumniEdit

ReferencesEdit

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