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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.


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