Harvard Law Record


Publisher: Harvard Law School
Publication Website: http://hlrecord.org/
Coverage: 1946-2012; Title Varies: 1946-1955 as Harvard Law School Record; 2002-2008 as Record

ISSN: 0017-8101
Frequency: 4
Additional Information: The Harvard Law Record (ISSN 0017-8101) is a publication of the Harvard Law School Record Corporation, a non-profit, independent, student-owned and run corporation of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

The Record is the oldest law school-affiliated newspaper in the United States. It has been published since 1946, and its contributors have included presidential candidate Ralph Nader, Supreme Court justice William Rehnquist, notable law professors, and writers who have gone on to win Pulitzer, O. Henry, and PEN Prizes. The newspaper itself has been the recipient of several American Bar Association journalism awards over the last decade. For more information about the history and notable alumni of the Record, see its Wikipedia page.

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