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November 11, 2020

Harvard Law Review SCOTUS issue covers the handful of notable criminal justice rulings from last Term

As hard-core law nerds know, the November issue of the Harvard Law Review is always devoted to the Supreme Court's prior Term work.  And as long-time readers know, in years past I have sometimes been disappointed when the November HLR SCOTUS issue does not give considerable attention to the Court's considerable criminal justice work. 

But, as noted in this post from last year, the 2019 HLR SCOTUS issue provided a sign of the modern criminal justice times with its Foreword and a lead commentary focused on criminal justice issues.  The November 2020 issue of the Harvard Law Review, which is available at this link, has its lead pieces understandably focused on other topics this year, but it remains heartening to see that seemingly all the noteworthy criminal cases of OT 2019 SCOTUS are covered in case comments in this issue: 

November 11, 2020 at 09:08 AM | Permalink

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