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HLS’s Got Talent!

For 200 years, Harvard Law School graduates have gone on to illustrious careers in law, government, business and other law-related endeavors. A significant number of HLS alums have also carved out a niche in the arts—as writers, actors, musicians, singers, artists, directors, producers, agents and more.

In September, as part of its bicentennial program, Harvard Law School celebrated the arts with a two-day festival featuring the work of alumni, staff, faculty and students. From musical performances, to spoken word poetry, to film screenings and book talks, to the satire of the Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet, HLS talent took center stage.

 

Juliana Han ’08 performing a piano piece during the HLS in the Arts center stage performances on Friday night.

Credit: Martha Stewart Juliana Han ’08, a former corporate lawyer, now a Juilliard-trained performer

 

Scott Turow ’78 speaking about his book, “One L” to a crowd during his session on Saturday afternoon.

Credit: Martha Stewart Scott Turow ’78 on his book “One L,” 40 years after it was first published.

 

Kinsey Sicks performing in front of a packed crowd during the HLS in the Arts center stage performances on Friday night.

Credit: Martha Stewart Satire and song from Ben Schatz ’85 (far right) and the other members of the Kinsey Sicks

 

Students dancing during a HLS in the Arts performance on Jarvis Field.

Credit: Martha Stewart Up on their feet, dancing to the beat on Jarvis Field

 

David Otunga ’06 speaking to a crowd during a session about acting and beyond.

Credit: Martha Stewart Actor and wrestler David Otunga ’06 on life in the ring—and beyond