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List of Harvard Law School alumni

This is a list of notable alumni of Harvard Law School. For a list of notable Harvard University graduates, see Harvard University people.

Law and politics

United States government

Executive branch

U.S. Presidents
U.S. Attorneys General
Presidential cabinet advisors

Legislative branch (U.S. Congress)

Senators
Representatives

Judicial branch

Supreme Court justices
Federal Court judges

State government

Governors
State politicians
State judges

City government

U.S. diplomatic figures

Other U.S. political figures

Non-United States Government

Non-United States political figures

Canada
India
Taiwan (Republic of China)
United Kingdom
Other countries

Non-United States judicial figures

International court judges
National court judges

International organization figures

Notable attorneys

Academia

University presidents

Legal academia

Law school deans

Constitutional law

Criminal law

Legal history

International law

Law and literature

Legal philosophy

Law and technology

Other legal academia

Other academia

Activism

Arts

Acting

Architecture

Comedy

Film

Literature

Music

Visual arts

Business

Entertainment industry

Media and journalism

Commentators

Journalists

Publishers

Military

Spies

Sports

Other

Non-graduates

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

Fictitious alumni

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