Our online programs are open to individuals and cohorts from a range of experience levels and backgrounds. Participating in an online program with Harvard Law School Executive Education will allow you to access the same faculty expertise, unparalleled content, and opportunities to engage with peers from around the world as our on-campus programs, but with the added flexibility of a virtual classroom. Learn more about our current online programs below and stay tuned for new program offerings.
Accelerated Leadership Program (Online)
Advance to the next level of leadership.
NEW: Leading Change for Lawyers (Online)
Improve your ability to manage change in a complex environment.
Leadership in Corporate Counsel (Online)
Develop the frameworks, concepts, and tools needed to succeed in this increasingly complicated role.
Leadership in Law Firms: Optimized for Online
Hone your core leadership skills to become a law firm leader.
Mergers and Acquisitions: Structuring and Leading Deals
Analyze the components of the mergers & acquisitions process through a variety of lenses.
Sector Leadership Master Class (Online)
Learn to deliver distinctive advantages in sector-focused work to improve client service.
Smart Collaboration Master Class: Create Strategic Advantage and Improve Client Service (Online)
Develop strategies for leveraging collaboration to drive business performance.
NEW: Transforming Client Relationships Through Innovation (Online)
Leverage innovation to better serve clients and create a competitive advantage in the legal marketplace.
Women’s Leadership: Adapting and Advocating in a Remote Environment (Online)
Gain the skills and knowledge to navigate your career more strategically.
Computer Science for Lawyers (Online, asyncronous)
Gain a deep understanding of the legal ramifications of clients’ technological decisions and policies.
Learn more about our other program offerings.
Harvard is authorized to offer distance education under the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), an agreement that allows institutions of higher education in Massachusetts to offer distance education to students residing in other states that participate in SARA. For information about SARA-related student complaint processes for distance education students, please see https://vpal.harvard.edu/nc-sara.