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The Harvard Law Review published our first issue in 1887 with the hope that we could “enlarge our field” and be “serviceable to the profession” through thoughtful and relevant legal analysis. Our Blog continues this effort. By fostering legal inquiry and argument that is fast-paced and timely, the Blog strives to complement the long-form, in-depth analysis that has filled our pages for over a century. We hope that the ideas presented through this new platform will generate debate, uncover new questions, challenge our readers, and inspire continued exploration.

As we have done in print and through our Forum, we work to make the Blog an effective tool for practicing lawyers and students of the law. But we also aim to provide content that is accessible to a broader audience. We bring together leading thinkers — including professors, judges, and practicing attorneys — to provide insight on critical legal issues of the day. Because we are a generalist publication, our authors explore disparate topics, from criminal justice reform and immigration law to the tax code and contract disputes. At the same time, these issues share important qualities: At their core, they are questions that could impact the legal profession, clarify the law, and alter the day-to-day lives of individuals around the world.

In an effort to provide more timely content, we have abbreviated the traditional editing process used for our print and Forum content. The views expressed on the Blog belong to the individual authors alone. It is our goal to publish content from a variety of points of view. In providing this platform, the views of our authors should not be construed to be those of the Harvard Law Review, individual editors, other authors, or the institutions with which authors are affiliated.

As provided in the Terms of Service, this website does not offer legal advice. The views presented on the blog are meant to educate and explore cutting-edge legal issues. The content on the Blog does not replace competent legal advice from a licensed attorney. Nor do the authors provide theirs views in order to advertise, solicit, or establish attorney-client relationships. The complete Terms of Service can be found here. Our privacy policy can be found here.

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