The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review is accepting student writing submissions for Volume 57, Issue 1 of our journal. We welcome submissions from students at all law schools. Any interested student may submit writing that relates to the broad umbrella of civil rights and civil liberties. We welcome pieces in the traditional law review style, case comments, critical race theory pieces, book reviews, or something entirely different. Submissions may be in the form of a finished paper or a comprehensive proposal. Harvard CR-CL is the premier publisher of revolutionary legal scholarship. In past years, we have published articles on parental rights, jails as polling places, consumer abuses in the criminal legal system, energy and environmental justice, and forced arbitration. You can access all of our past issues here. We will be accepting student writing submissions for Volume 56, Issue 2 from September 14–October 11, 2021. Please submit manuscripts and questions to email@example.com.
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Today on the Amicus blog, Fran Swanson '22 helps us understand the ADA challenge to the Texas school mask ban: https://harvardcrcl.org/understanding-the-ada-challenge-to-texass-ban-on-school-mask-requirements/
Today on the Amicus Blog: How are jails and prisons handling the coronavirus pandemic at this point? https://harvardcrcl.org/the-impact-of-covid-19-in-jails-and-prisons-across-america/
Love seeing important scholarship regarding progressive issues in peer @Harvard_Law journals’ blogs!
New on HLPR’s Notice & Comment:
Prof. David S. Cohen (@dsc250) of @drexelkline writes about a “pernicious” and under-discussed provision in #SB8, Texas's anti-abortion law.
Today on the Amicus Blog @sarahbelle6 highlights one of the upcoming cases in the October SCOTUS term, Hemphill v. New York: https://harvardcrcl.org/hemphill-v-new-york-supreme-court-to-confront-a-question-on-the-confrontation-clause/
Our student writing making an impact! 😍
@JudgeWren @Godbold @epflcswccm @PACEsConnection @PsyVIDAS201718 @DrAyanaJordan @DrvanTilburg Thx @JudgeWren, & see "Pregnancy Behind Bars: The Constitutional Argument for Reproductive Healthcare Access in Prison" in @HarvardCRCL
🖊 Our final Student Writing Info Session is tonight at 7! Students from all law schools are welcome to attend via Zoom at http://tinyurl.com/CRCLstudentwriting2 & submit articles. The submissions period closes on Oct 11. Make sure you submit to our student writing email, not Scholastica!
Working on critical socio-legal scholarship? May I call your attention to the upcoming submission deadline for the latest volume of @HarvardCRCL America’s premier critical legal journal (ur revolutionary?). The deadline is 9/25, submit here https://harvard-crcl.scholasticahq.com/