Participants of Harvard Law School Executive Education programs can expect a full and intensive experience. A typical day starts with group discussion during breakfast with conversation centered on the day’s topics. Students then make their way to the classroom for a full morning of case discussion, 30 minute break, and lecture. During a one-hour luncheon, participants have opportunities for personal interactions and conversations. The afternoon consists of another case study, break, and class discussion. After the concentrated day in class, participants enjoy a short break followed by a reception and informal discussion and group dinner. After dessert, participants retire to their rooms to read material and prepare for the next day’s program.
“The course allowed us to withdraw from everyday distractions
and immerse ourselves in a deeper understanding of challenges we
all face in managing our firms.”