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Harvard Law Review

The Harvard Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship published by a student-run group at Harvard Law School. The journal, one of the most prestigious law reviews in the United States, appears monthly from November through June. It has a circulation of about 8,000.

The Harvard Law Review published its first issue on April 15, 1887. The establishment of this institution was largely due to the prompting of Louis Brandeis, a Harvard alumnus who would later go on to become a Justice on the United States Supreme Court.

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