The Harvard Journal on Legislation, HLS Republicans and Harvard Law and Health Care Society Present a Symposium Partisanship in Congress: Polarization and the Political Process Thursday, February 24, 2011
Our latest issue, Volume 48, Number 1, is now online.
Interested in joining the JOL? Come to our introductory meetings: Wednesday, September 15 at 7pm in Langdell North and Sunday, September 19 at 6pm (location TBD)
The newest issue of the Harvard Journal on Legislation, Issue 47 Number 2, is now available. This issue features articles by Representative Bennie G. Thompson, Representative Chaka Fattah, Timothy K. Armstrong, Prentiss Cox, Cara H. Drinan, Benjamin Levin, Jonathan Zweig, and Tamara Schulman. Want to see more? Click here to view the issue and download…
Our latest issue, Volume 47, Number 1, is now online. Among other thing, this issue includes articles on the federal income tax, campaign finance, and fertility treatments, a note on the financial crisis, as well as material from the last year’s Immigration Law Symposium. N.B. Information about the upcoming 2010 Education Law and Policy Symposium…
The Harvard Journal on Legislation 2010 Symposium will take place at Harvard Law School on Thursday, February 25, 2010. This year’s topic is “Education Reform: From Congress to Classrooms.” For details, please see the symposium page, which will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.
We invite you to view our current issue, Volume 46, Number 2, which features article, essays, and notes regarding shareholder opt-in, federal sex offender registration, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Title VI, sentencing guidelines, and more.
Attention Congress! The Harvard Journal on Legislation is currently soliciting articles from Senators and Representatives for our upcoming Congress Issue, to be published in Spring 2010. The previous Congress Issue was published in Spring 2008 and is available here. Interested in publishing with us? Please contact us to let us know.
You can now view the 2009 Immigration Law Symposium online via streaming video.
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