The Harvard Law & Policy Review’s Winter 2020 Student Note Competition is now open. The competition provides a unique opportunity for law students to publish their work in HLPR, which has had a recent distribution to more than 6,000 lawyers nationwide, as well as congressional offices, judges, and other progressive decision-makers. We seek policy-oriented pieces that are 4,000–13,000 words, shorter in length than a typical journal article. We welcome articles that you may have worked on as part of a law school class or on your own.
Please email your submissions to email@example.com—not to the main HLPR email address—or submit through Scholastica to preserve anonymity. For more information, check out the submission rules or the published notes in our archive.
The deadline for student note submission is 11:59 pm ET on Friday, August 7, 2020.