Chemerinsky has also written nearly 200 law review articles in journals such as the Harvard Law Review, Michigan Law Review, Northwestern Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Stanford Law Review and Yale Law Journal.
What does HLR stand for?
HLR stands for Harvard Law Review
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- Hispanic League of the Piedmont Triad (Winston-Salem, NC)
- Hacienda La Puente Unified School District (California)
- Health and Labour Questionnaire (various locations)
- Heart-Lung Quotient
- High Level Qualifier
- Holistic Living Quest (Pittsburgh PA)
- Household Level Questionnaire
- Huntington Library Quarterly (University of California Press)
- Hora Locoque Consueto (Latin: Customary Time and Place)
- Half-Life Rally (gaming, Half-Life modification)
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Moskowitz is a graduate of Harvard Law School as well as former editor of The Harvard Law Review, and spent 40 years as a senior corporate and securities counsel and a shareholder/partner with several major US law firms.
The rulebook app helps us keep our promise of making The Bluebook as accessible and useful as possible," said Conor Tochilin, president of the Harvard Law Review Association.
After graduating magna cum laude in 1963 with degrees in history and mathematics, he attended Harvard Law School, studying constitutional and labor law and winning a coveted position as an editor of the Harvard Law Review.
Obama has maintained basic but important management and leadership principles that served him first as a community organizer, as well as president of the prestigious Harvard Law Review and now as president of the United States.
Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, attended Harvard law school and was the first black president of the Harvard Law Review, a journal of legal scholarship.
He graduated in law from Harvard in 1991, becoming the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review.
Black Issues chronicled Obama when he came into prominence with his historic 1990 election as the president of the Harvard Law Review.