The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review is the nation’s leading progressive law journal, and since 1966 has published innovative scholarship challenging legal practitioners and academics to work for greater justice and opportunity in our nation and around the world. The journal launched HarvardCRCL.org to provide a more consistent forum for engagement with progressive legal scholarship and noteworthy legal developments. At HarvardCRCL.org, we continue to develop novel ways to advocate for progressive legal positions and to draw attention to opportunities for positive change.
As part of this commitment to expanded access to thought-provoking progressive legal discussion, HarvardCRCL.org is proud to publish the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Podcast. The podcast will feature news, interviews, analysis and discussion around issues similar to those published in our print journal and covered on the blog. Publishing a podcast will allow to improve the diversity of content with which visitors to HarvardCRCL.org can engage, and will provide a forum for a broader range of voices in the progressive legal community. We hope to bring together students, professors, legal practitioners, and anyone else with insight into important legal developments.
You can subscribe to the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Podcast using the link below. We encourage communication about the issues discussed on the podcast, and we welcome your questions, comments, corrections, and suggestions at CRCLonline@gmail.com. Thanks for listening, and enjoy the show.
Joining the General Board of CR-CL
Joining the General Board
The General Board is the backbone of the journal, making critical contributions to the journal’s core functions. General Board members participate in our vibrant article selection process, brainstorm ideas for solicited content, learn valuable skills as editors, and comprise the progressive intellectual community that defines CR-CL.The responsibilities of General Board members include:
- Reading articles and proposals,
- Attending roundtable discussions and General Board meetings, and
- Participating in subciting (as 1Ls) and in source pulling, line editing, or technical editing (as 2Ls and 3Ls).
- Submitting student writing for publication in our print journal,
- Writing for CR-CL’s online blog, and
- Drafting proposals for solicited content.