The Harvard Law Review has elected Rachel Miller-Ziegler ’15 as its 128th president. Miller-Ziegler succeeds Gillian Grossman ’14.

“The Law Review is going to have a superb year under Rachel’s leadership,” said Grossman. “An outstanding editor and an exemplary member of the Review community, Rachel distinguished herself from the start through her brilliant work, her tremendous commitment to legal scholarship, and her kindness toward all on the Review. I know Rachel will be a phenomenal president, and I look forward to seeing the Review thrive under her leadership this year.”

Miller-Ziegler is a native of Sacramento, Calif., and a 2010 graduate of Yale College, with a B.S. in Physics and Religious Studies.

“The Review has been exceptionally fortunate to have Gillian as its president for the past year,” said Miller-Ziegler. “Her formidable intellect, deep personal warmth, and incomparable work ethic have made her an extraordinary and admired leader of the Review. It is an honor to take over from someone so talented, and I look forward to working with a remarkable group of editors dedicated to the Review’s tradition of excellence in legal scholarship.”

The Law Review, founded in 1887 by future Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis LL.B. 1887, 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.