Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties (SJCRCL) 1

The Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties (CRCL) is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to civil rights and liberties issues–both domestic and international.

Stanford Law School students founded CRCL in 2004 to explore the changing landscape of the civil rights and civil liberties dialogue, the real world implications of these changes on society, and the larger structural and systematic implications of these issues.

CRCL publishes two issues per year, featuring articles, essays, reviews, and commentary from prominent and emerging scholars, practitioners, and students. In addition to organizing annual symposia on civil rights and civil liberties, CRCL invites speakers and panelists to engage with the Stanford community on topics of interest and importance.

CRCL membership is open to all Stanford Law School students. Executive Board members are elected in the spring quarter of each year.

Current Issue: Volume XIII, Issue 2

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2017-2018 Leadership

Melissa Cornell

Executive Editors:
Rachel Green
Jordan Orosz

Development Editors:
Hannah Matsunaga
Britany Riley

Managing Editors:
Ben DeGolia
Emma Schindler
Daphna Spivak

Special Issue Editors:
Lauren Border
Caroline Cohn
Becky Wong

Articles Editors:
Parker Cragg
Megan Koushik
Mark Krass
Peter Vogel

Technical Managing Editors:
David Huang
Nicole Welindt

Student Note Editor:
Julia Neusner

General and Membership Questions:
Melissa Cornell

Subscription and Reprint Questions:
Meg Harrington
Stanford Law School
Journal Manager

Parker Cragg, Megan Koushik, Mark Krass, and Peter Vogel
Articles Editors

Student Submissions:
Julia Neusner
Student Note Editor