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Harvard Law School to Interview Applicants by Videoconference in Expanded Program


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Harvard Law School is offering more interviews to applicants and adding a technological twist: The interviews can now be conducted by videoconference.

The expanded program begins with the current admissions cycle for next year’s entering class, according to a press release. For the last six years, the law school offered telephone interviews.

The expanded interview program is part of the law school’s focus on training lawyers who will work well together, communicate effectively, and solve problems through collaboration and innovation, the press release says.

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