Harvard Law Review

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The Harvard Law Review, first published on April 15, 1887, is the most cited law review in other journals; the U.S. Supreme Court has also cited the Harvard Law Review more times than any other review.[1] It consistently ranks first in terms of library usage.[2]

Charles Hamilton Houston became its first black editor in 1923. Barack Hussein Obama is a past president of the Review. Andrew Schlafly was a notably conservative editor of Harvard Law Review.

References

  1. Stankus, Tony "Jounal of the Century" p.224 (2002, Hawarth Press, ISBN 07890 11344)
  2. Stankus, Tony "Jounal of the Century" op cit
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