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As the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review, he generally supervised the writings of others. But he did publish one article in the Harvard Law Review in 1990, a year before he received his degree.


There is a difference between serving on Law Review (which Obama did at Harvard) and writing a law review article which has been published. I did a Westlaw search for Obama as author and came up with no Law Review articles written by him.


Harvard Law Review was created in 1887.


When he was a student at Harvard Law School, Barack Obama became the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review.


Barack Obama was the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review


Barack Obama was president of the Harvard Law Review (Vol. 104, 1990) and subsequently a professor of constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School (1992-2004). He he has no published legal scholarship. As he was famous for saying while president of the Harvard Law Review: "Just remember, folks, nobody reads it." UPDATE: "Exclusive: Obama's lost law review article" "But an unsigned - and previously unattributed - 1990 article unearthed by Politico offers a glimpse at Obama's views on abortion policy and the law during his student days, and provides a rare addition to his body of work."


Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review was created in 1966.


Yes, he was president of the Harvard Law Review starting in 1990.


Yes there are. Harvard University's alumni magazine has an online article with photos of him from when he was editor of the Harvard Law review. There was also an article in Newsweek magazine in 2012 during which law professor Lawrence Tribe recalled his two most famous students-- Barack Obama and John Roberts. He included old Harvard photos of both, and I enclose the link.


No, Barack Obama was elected president of the Harvard Law Review on February 6, 1990 for the 1990-1991 academic year.


you most be a lawyer at Harvard and be voted in for a period of one year.


He graduated from Harvard Law School, where he was the editor of the Harvard Law Review. He then got a job as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Chicago, where he taught for twelve years.


If you are talking about the Harvard Law Review, it is a fact that Barack Obama became the first African-American editor of that journal, when he was studying for his law degree at Harvard University.


Yes, President Barack Obama did get a degree at Harvard Law School, graduating in 1991. He was also the first African-American editor of the Harvard Law Review.


Barack Obama graduated J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1991. He was also president of the Harvard Law Review.


Obama earned his law degree from Harvard in 1991, where he became the first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review.


The president was not actively involved with many clubs in college, but he was the editor of the Harvard Law Review, when he was a graduate student at Harvard Law School.



Obama was elected president of the Harvard Law Review. I do not know how much editing he did in that position.



That's a pretty ambiguous question. Your implication is that Obama was law review, not a great feat since your grades are not what solely gets you into law review - but quotas do. Back to your question - the only way it could be answered is with a question: How many Democrats, Independents, Communists, Buddhists, Baptists, Catholics, Jews, monks, etc have been on the Harvard Law Review?



He made history at Harvard University when he became the first African-American editor of the Harvard Law Review.


Barack Obama earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree at Harvard Law School. He later taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School from 1992 to 2004. He was also president of the Harvard Law Review while he went to school there.


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