Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy

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The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy is a law review for conservative and libertarian legal scholarship. It was established by Harvard Law School students Spencer Abraham and Stephen Eberhard in 1978, leading to the founding of the Federalist Society, for which it is the official journal. It is one of the top five most widely circulated law reviews in the United States.[1][third-party source needed]

Notable alumni include Neil Gorsuch, Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton, Alexander Acosta, Mike Pompeo, David Barron, Rachel Brand, Jennifer Elrod, John K. Bush, Kevin Newsom, Gregory Katsas, Adrian Vermeule, Orrin Kerr, and David Frum.

Past authors have included George H.W. Bush, Guido Calabresi, Ted Cruz, Viet D. Dinh, Frank H. Easterbrook, John C. Eastman, Richard Garnett, Robert George, Douglas H. Ginsburg, Lino Graglia, Neil Gorsuch, Alex Kozinski, George L. Priest, William H. Pryor, Jr., William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia, Eugene Scalia, Clarence Thomas, Ron Paul, and John Yoo.


  1. ^ "Journals and Publications | Harvard Law School". Harvard Law School. Retrieved 2018-03-22. 

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