Joanna Huey ’10 was elected the 123rd president of the Harvard Law Review on February 7. She succeeds Robert Allen ’09.
“Joanna is a deeply respected, warm, and thoughtful leader who will undoubtedly do a fantastic job this year,” said Allen. “I’m looking forward to seeing the Law Review prosper under her control.”
In addition to pursuing her J.D., Huey is seeking a Master’s in Public Policy in science and technology policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School. She graduated from Harvard College in 2006 with a B.A. in physics and math.
“Bob has done an amazing job and set an incredibly high standard for leadership of the Review,” said Huey. “He and his class have demonstrated their dedication to and passion for the study of law in so many ways as they have steered the organization for the past year. It is such an honor to work with our community of talented and committed editors, and knowing them, I am confident that we will continue the Review’s tradition of excellence in legal scholarship.”
The Law Review, founded in 1887 by future Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, is an entirely student-edited journal with the largest circulation of any law journal in the world. It is published monthly from November through June.