Submissions for Spring 2016 Issue 

Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left is now accepting submissions for our Spring 2016 issue. Submissions should be in keeping with the mission and themes of the Unbound project (see about section), though there is no particular theme for this issue.

Unbound seeks to undo the traditional hierarchies of the student-edited legal journal. To that end, writers are responsible for their own citations, and student editors will provide substantive feedback on the arguments made. We’re interested in intellectual interaction – not housekeeping for authors. We welcome submissions in a wide variety of forms, from relatively traditional law review articles to shorter essays and even personal narratives of legal experience. The tone can be personal and reflective, cool and analytical, heated and polemical, or whatever else serves your purposes. While at times we will have issues built around a particular theme, we may also choose to publish on a rolling basis, as we receive and edit submissions. If you have an idea for an article that is not yet complete, feel free to contact us to discuss upcoming issues, themes, and deadlines. We welcome submissions by e-mail. Please send them in Microsoft Word format, with footnote citations, to