The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, published thrice annually,
is the most widely circulated student law review in the country and the
nation's leading forum for conservative and libertarian legal
scholarship. The late Stephen Eberhard and former Senator and now
Secretary of Energy E. Spencer Abraham founded the HJLPP twenty-seven
years ago, and many journal alumni have risen to prominent legal
positions in the government and at the nation's top law firms.

The Journal's Board of Advisors includes two U.S. Senators, four U.S.
Court of Appeals Judges, and leading conservative and libertarian
scholars. Recent authors include Viet Dinh, John Yoo, Eugene Scalia,
and Judge Guido Calabresi. In the past, the HJLPP has published pieces
by Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Justice Antonin Scalia, and Justice
Clarence Thomas.

This is the second consecutive year that Washington & Lee law students
have served on the HJLPP Symposium Editorial Board. In 2003, Ryan Berry and Jim Coleman served as Executive Editor and Editor, respectively."> Two Law Students Selected for Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy :: News :: W&L Law School

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