The Harvard Law Review Blog is an important complement to our traditional print publication and our Forum content. The Blog aims to foster legal debate that is timely, engaging, concise, and accessible to a broader audience. The Blog uses an expedited editing process that allows our contributors to distribute commentary on hot-button issues much quicker than the Forum or print journal. For recent examples, check out Professors I. Glenn Cohen and Dorit Rubinstein Reiss’s piece, Can Colleges and Universities Require Student Covid-19 Vaccination?, as well as Professor Richard Primus’s piece, Unbundling the First Amendment: Lessons From an Impeachment.
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