Print issues of the Harvard Law Review are published monthly from November through June, including a special Supreme Court issue each November and a Developments in the Law issue each April. Print issues include articles and essays by outside authors, as well as unsigned pieces written by students.
Vol. 120 No. 1 "Government by judiciary” is the traditional warning from those who seek to limit the power of the courts. Policymaking in a democracy, so the argument goes, should be left to officials more responsive to popular will than judges, who because of their comparative nonaccountability to the public should keep their policymaking to a minimum. Government by judiciary, it is said, is the antithesis of democracy.