Examining the Interface Between Rights and Queues

December 5, 2017

Queues are a mundane and ubiquitous feature of our modern lives. We are all waiting in line for something, at least some of the time, whether in physical places or in virtual environments. We all feel indignant, at least most of the time, when “queue jumpers” cut in. The queue provides an ordered sequence of…

The Harvard Law Review Gets a Blog

October 17, 2017

The Harvard Law Review starting a blog is an important moment. Law reviews have been crawling in this direction — toward shorter, somewhat less-heavily footnoted, somewhat less-heavily edited, more timely, and more relevant forms of writing — for a while. The Harvard Law Review, like many journals, has an “online only” component of shorter essays,…