Volume 53, Number 2 of the Journal on Legislation, featuring articles on disaster response, arbitration, and more, is out! Read it. Subscribe.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Announcing Volume 53.2!
Greetings from the Harvard Journal on Legislation! Our names are Nino Monea and Maria Makar and we are the Co-Presidents and Editors-in-Chief of the Journal. We are writing to welcome you to campus and encourage you to join JOL. As the nation’s premier law review focused on legislative analysis and the legislative process, we have […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Welcome, Class of 2019!
On this past Election Day, November 4th, hundreds of members of the Harvard Community attended the HLS Election Day party and issue discussion. The event hosted by the Journal on Legislation, Harvard Law School Democrats, and Harvard Law Republicans obtained overwhelming bipartisan support and attendance. The event commenced with a key announcement early in the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on JOL Co-Hosts Election Night Party at HLS
On October 30, Harvard Law School’s Dean Minow hosted Senator Olympia Snowe and Jason Grumet, Director of Bipartisan Policy Center. Held just a few days before the Mid-term elections, the talk focused on bipartisanship in Congress and why it isn’t working. The talk opened up with a video on the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Commission on […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Sen. Snowe Speaks with Dean Minow about Why Congress Isn’t Working
On Monday, October 27, Former RNC Chairman Frank Fahrenkopf came to Harvard Law School to discuss bipartisanship in Congress over the course of the past three decades: “Back in the 80s, a very partisan time, things got done. Washington for the last eight or nine years? Nothing get’s done…and there are some interesting reasons why.”Continue Reading... Comments Off on Former RNC Chairman Bemoans the Demise of Bipartisanship