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Volume 56.1 is out now! Read about incarcerated labor, social movements, urban narratives, mandatory voting, and more here: https://harvardcrcl.org/vol57-no1-summer2022/

Student writing submissions for Volume 58.2 are open through October 7th, 2022! We accept student submissions from law students from all law schools!

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