The Journal welcomes the submission of articles, essays, and book reviews. The most competitive submissions will be high quality legal scholarship that is of a particular interest to a conservative and libertarian audience. Each manuscript should be typed double-spaced, preferably in the Times New Roman 12-point typeface.
Submissions by Scholastica are strongly preferred. While we also accept submissions via email, we cannot guarantee that email submissions will receive a timely response.
Law students should note that while student writing is accepted, we have no process for publishing student notes that are not by Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy editors or recent alumni. As such, competitive student submissions will be of comparable length, scope, and quality as scholarship written by legal academics.
The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy is published three times annually by the Harvard Society for Law & Public Policy, Inc. Views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Society or of its officers, directors, editors, members, or staff.
Publishing with JLPP: Per Curiam
Per Curiam aims to be the premier publication for cutting-edge, timely legal scholarship and opinion. We publish both traditional law review articles and shorter essays and opinion pieces. It is a place where students, scholars, and those in the legal and policy fields can come together to discuss current legal issues, share ideas, and shape the conservative legal landscape.
We are now accepting shorter pieces between 1000-2500 words. If you have a longer essay or law review article you would like to publish with us, please send a short description of the topic and thesis. Additionally, we encourage any current law school students or recent graduates to send in notes and comments.
If you are interested in submitting something to Per Curiam, please email JLPP.PerCuriam@gmail.com, or visit our submissions page under the Per Curiam tab.