Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review FAQs

by Jordan Rogers, Adam Aguirre, Amy Frieder, Sararose Gaines   What does “CR-CL” mean? The acronym “CR-CL” is shorthand for Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.    What type of articles do CR-CL publish? The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review...
The Daily Abuses of Constitutional Policing

The Daily Abuses of Constitutional Policing

Photo Credit: Boston Globe If a police officer approaches you and asks to talk even when you’ve done nothing wrong, can you refuse? While much in the public conscience tells us the answer must be an emphatic yes, a recent Fourth Circuit case demonstrates that the...

Submit to Volume 57

The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review is accepting student writing submissions for Volume 57, Issue 1 of our journal. We welcome submissions from students at all law schools. Any interested student may submit writing that relates to the broad umbrella of...
Submit Manuscripts Regarding Homelessness and Labor

Submit Manuscripts Regarding Homelessness and Labor

The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review is now accepting submissions for Volume 56, Issue 2 of our journal. We would like to invite you to submit any of your manuscripts that relate to the criminalization of homelessness or labor conditions in the digital...