Second-year Harvard Law School student Rachel G. Miller-Ziegler was elected the 128th president of the Harvard Law Review on Saturday, succeeding outgoing president Gillian S. Grossman ’10.
Miller-Ziegler, who grew up in Sacramento, Calif., graduated from Yale College in 2010 with a degree in physics and religious studies.
“The Law Review is going to have a superb year under Rachel’s leadership,” Grossman said in a press release. “Rachel distinguished herself from the start through her brilliant work, her tremendous commitment to legal scholarship, and her kindness toward all on the Review.”
When reached by The Crimson, Grossman declined to comment.
Last year, the Review ramped up its online presence, more than doubling the number of editors who focus on the Review’s web content. Miller-Ziegler said she will continue this initiative.
“In the upcoming weeks, the Review will be unveiling a redesigned website with some exciting new functionality,” she wrote in an email to The Crimson.
The Review’s website was criticized last fall after Law School professor Jonathan L. Zittrain and Law School student Kendra K. Albert published a paper that found that up to 70 percent of the links on the Review’s website no longer connected to the original source of information.
Schauf Chosen To Lead Law ReviewThe Harvard Law Review elected Zachary C. Schauf, a second-year student at the Law School, as its next president on January 30. Schauf will lead the Law Review’s 124th board.
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