Harvard Law School Executive Education provides custom programs for law firms and corporate legal departments across a wide-array of business, law and leadership topics. We work closely with you to understand your needs and tailor effective programming, ranging from teaching business skills to associates to helping your top management teams to become more effective leaders and work more effectively together.
From immersive, case-based programs to lectures for 100 or more of your partners, we can deliver instruction in-house or off-site. In addition to the expertise of our premier faculty, participants experience the interactive, high-impact, high-intensity style, cutting-edge empirical research, and case-based instruction that are the hallmark of HLS Executive Education.
HLS Executive Education has partnered with a number of firms and organizations, providing high-quality professional education solutions. Some of our partners include:
Since 2011, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy has partnered with HLS Executive Education to provide a multi-year training program to Milbank’s mid- to senior-level associates.
Through this first-of-its kind professional development program between Harvard Law School and a prominent law firm, we provide Milbank associates with immersive, six or seven-day programs to build their leadership and business skills each year for four years as they progress from 3rd year associates to 6th year associates. Led by Harvard Law and Business School faculty with the assistance of Milbank partners, the program covers topics such as business, finance, accounting, marketing, law, management skills, client relations and personal and professional development.
Associates who participate in Milbank@Harvard:
Email us at EECustom@law.harvard.edu or call +1-617-495-2359 to learn how HLS Executive Education can meet your organization’s needs.
Read why William D. Henderson, Professor of Law and Director of the Center on the Global Legal Profession at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law, says the value of Milbank@Harvard may “provide a blueprint for a new, more sustainable law firm model.”