Founded in 2016, the Haverford Law Review is a digital student publication that seeks to critically analyze the ways in which laws, rules, codes, and constructed realities influence our world, societies, and lives. Open to all students within the Tri-College Consortium, the Law Review provides students with an avenue for exploring fields outside of their regimented curricular work, including but not limited to sociological examinations of the American criminal justice system; discussions of legal codes in the global political sphere; understandings of grammatical rules and their influence on language; the psychological underpinnings that impact social beings; discussions of historical legal codes, such as Hammurabi's Code, or the rules and regulations of ancient religious communities, etc. You do not have to be a Pre-Law student to join.
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