Launch of “Amicus”

Launch of “Amicus”

The Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review has launched a new online companion called Amicus. The website will strive to “create a dynamic online forum for debate surrounding these important issues, and to develop a resource to which practitioners, policy makers, and scholars can both look and contribute.” There are currently three sections: Recent Developments (addressing recent significant legislation and judicial decisions); Policy Pieces (presenting current local and national civil rights and civil liberties issues and putting forth policy proposals to address them); and CR-CL Conversations (series of exchanges and dialogues between scholars and practitioners on certain pressing issues).

Among its inaugural articles is New Public Spaces by our own Vice Dean of Library and Information Resources John Palfrey!

Please join the journal tonight 7:30-10:30p.m. in Hark South for its launch party.

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