About the Harvard Law Review
Founded in 1887, the Harvard Law Review is a student-run journal of legal scholarship. The Review is independent from the Harvard Law School and a board of student editors selected through an anonymous annual writing competition make all editorial decisions. The print Review and its online companion, the Forum, are published monthly from November through June. The Review, the Forum, and online Blog welcome submissions throughout the year.
Removal RehashedResponse to The Executive Power of Removal
Tangibility and Tainted Reliance in DobbsResponse to Precedent, Reliance, and Dobbs
Of Systems Thinking and Straw MenResponse to Content Moderation as Systems Thinking
The Unpragmatic Family Law of Marginalized FamiliesResponse to Pragmatic Family Law
Disobedience, Medicine, and the Rule of LawResponse to Medical Disobedience
Interrogating Dominion: On Political Theology and Summary Process Eviction in Connecticut
The Anti-Klan Act in the Twenty-First Century
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The student pieces featured below have been recently cited in judicial opinions and legal scholarship.