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Harvard Law Review Gender Breakdown over Time

By Cindy Choi
In addition to expanding the size of the board to 46 editors, the Law Review instituted a new gender component to its affirmative action policy. The newest board has more female editors than any volume since volume 122 in 2007.
In addition to expanding the size of the board to 46 editors, the Law Review instituted a new gender component to its affirmative action policy. The newest board has more female editors than any volume since volume 122 in 2007.

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