Hanover, PA – Sheridan has been awarded print and distribution for the Harvard Law Review. Founded in 1887, this premier publication is the top cited law journal in the country. The student-run review issues monthly from November through June. Sheridan began production with the November 2014 issue, which was dedicated to covering the previous year’s term of the Supreme Court of the United States.
The journal also publishes the online-only Harvard Law Review Forum, a rolling journal of scholarly responses to the main journal’s content.
Said Sheridan President and COO, Pat Stricker, “We are thrilled to be able to serve the Law Review market with a breadth of services designed specifically to help student law review editors produce quality journals. And we are especially honored to count the Harvard Law Reviewamong our customers.”
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