About the Journal
Originally founded in 1983 as an internal publication of the Black Law Students Association, the Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice—until 2009, the Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal—is an annual publication edited by students at Harvard Law School. JREJ is committed to publishing manuscripts that address social and economic issues affecting racial and ethnic minorities, as well as publishing innovative works by minority scholars and students. Through an interdisciplinary approach, we confront the law on issues of race, gender, class, and sexuality; we are pleased to have published leading articles by professors, judges, practitioners, and students.
Subscriptions include a copy of the most recent volume, a special invitation to all events including our annual symposium, and periodic updates through our email list. View prices and subscribe through the Harvard Law School student journals office.
JREJ solicits manuscripts annually. Please check this website or our Twitter account for updates on when we are accepting submissions.
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Mike Banerjee, Editor-in-Chief
Jonathan Booth, Executive Editor
Libby Bova, Articles Editor
Connie Cho, Articles Editor
Jason Colin, Lead Articles Editor
Blair Ganson, Technical Editor
Vail Kohnert-Yount, Online Editor
Peter Lu, Executive Editor
Rajiv Narayan, Executive Editor
Arabella Okwara, Lead Articles Editor
Emanuel Powell, Managing Editor
Anna Rembar, Articles Editor
Sydnee Joi Robinson, Articles Editor
Kennedi Williams-Libert, Lead Articles Editor