The Harvard Law & Policy Review (HLPR) is published twice annually and serves as the official law review of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy. The American Constitution Society provides financial support for the publication of the journal. Providing a forum for substantive debate between progressive legal scholars, policymakers, and practitioners, HLPR serves as a nexus between academia and practice, with a focus on promoting scholarship with practical application to societal challenges. HLPR publishes innovative proposals for progressive applications of law and policy, focusing on U.S. domestic policy.

The American Constitution Society (ACS) takes no position on particular legal or policy initiatives. All expressions of opinion in the Harvard Law & Policy Review (HLPR) are those of the author or authors and do not reflect the views of HLPR, Harvard Law School, or ACS.

HLPR is a student-run journal at Harvard Law School.

ISSN (Online): 1935-2107
ISSN (Print): 1935-2077

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