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Greetings!

Thank you for your faithful partnership in the gospel ministry at HLS. Please know that every moment you seek the Lord on our behalf is precious to us. And we trust the Lord along with you for his abundant grace to accomplish all of his plans on the HLS campus and beyond.

Greetings!

As always, thank you for your partnership in the gospel ministry at Harvard Law School (HLS). Your support continues to encourage us and our students as we press on to see the gospel advance throughout the HLS campus and beyond.

As I write to you, we are more than halfway through the fall semester. Our Bible Courses and mentor meetings continue to bear fruit each week as the word of Christ dwells more and more richly in our students. We are always looking for ways to bring specific encouragement to our students as they begin to think about integrating the Christian faith and the law, so we have started a series called “FAITH in Practice” that brings in lawyers to share how they have practiced law in a way that pleases the Lord. Also, we are planning another series called “FAITH Talks” that will address the core doctrines of the faith in ways that will help our students apply the biblical worldview to their studies and work.

Greetings!

Thank you for your partnership in the gospel ministry at HLS. Your prayers are a significant part of how God is accomplishing his purposes on this campus and beyond.

We are a few weeks into the fall semester. All of the 2L’s and 3L’s have returned, and the 1L’s are becoming convinced that they will not only survive but begin to thrive amidst the intensity and intellectual rigor that is HLS. Coram Deo Law has begun its men’s and women’s Bible Courses on Philippians, focusing on the example and power of Christ for living in a manner worthy of the gospel. Also, we are beginning our weekly lunch discussions that make sense of trending legal issues from a biblical worldview.

The HLS campus is bustling with new and returning students. They anticipate great things this year and already envision greater accomplishments beyond law school. And this energy will bring both great excitement among the students and even greater expectations to perform at a high level and make the most of their HLS opportunity.

Greetings from the campus of Harvard Law School!

Another academic year is just weeks away at Harvard Law School. But this one is a bit different. HLS is celebrating its Bicentennial: 200 years of producing some of the most significant leaders of this country. This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation that God used to spread his gospel across the world. And Christian Union is celebrating 15 years of God’s grace and the transforming power of the gospel at the most strategic universities in America.

Another academic year is winding down at Harvard Law School. Classes have concluded and the students are in the midst of final exams. And yet, the horizon holds the next opportunities for these brilliant men and women to continue their legal education and begin their legal careers.

Greetings from the campus of Harvard Law School!

Students have returned to campus and are now deep into their spring semester studies.  Milder temperatures in January have given way to recurrent storms in February blanketing the Harvard community in the bright white of winter’s colors.

Greetings from the campus of Harvard Law School!

With the arrival of winter in New England, the nights are longer and the periods of daylight shorter.  Cooler temperatures mean more inside activities as student’s retreat to the Harvard Law School lobby with its glowing fireplaces and well-lit interior – a perfect place to study and prepare on a cold winter night.

Greetings from the campus of Harvard Law School!

As the Fall 2016 semester winds down, students are engaged in completion of their final exams.  Based upon a high, middle, or low pass model, exams weigh heavily in the final grade students receive for their academic efforts.  Students who hope to become professors feel even greater pressure to secure a high level of performance evaluation critical to future employment opportunities.

Greetings from the campus of Harvard Law School!

Famous for its fall foliage, the bright colors that once hung so magnificently in the New England autumn sky now drape the ground in subdued and faded shades of brown. Like life, fall foliage reminds us of the cycle of birth and death that marks our own journey through the present world to the heavenly Zion.