Harvard Law School has announced a new, extra early decision program. The school will consider Harvard College juniors for admission, delivering decisions during the summer after junior year. The students, however, will not matriculate immediately after college graduation. Instead, this program defers admission for two years after college, requiring students to work or pursue a fellowship during that time. Depending on the results of the pilot program, Harvard may extend it to juniors at other colleges. The Boston Globe, Harvard Crimson, and Above the Law all have stories about the new program.