About HBLR

The Harvard Business Law Review (HBLR) is a student organization of Harvard Law School that publishes an annual print volume entitled the Harvard Business Law Review and an online journal entitled Harvard Business Law Review Online. The print volume appears in two issues per academic year and its articles are made available in print, through our website, and via HeinOnline, Lexis, and Westlaw. The online journal reviews shorter submissions and publishes articles on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year.

The Harvard Business Law Review and Harvard Business Law Review Online together aim to be the premier sources for articles concerning laws governing business organization and capital markets. We publish articles by scholars, practitioners, and policymakers on corporate law and governance, securities and capital markets law, financial regulation and financial institutions, law and finance, financial distress and bankruptcy, and related subjects. The Harvard Business Law Review Online is particularly focused on publishing more brief and timely articles.

HBLR is partnered with the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance. The faculty advisory board is composed of several Program on Corporate Governance members, including Lucian Bebchuk (Chair), Allen Ferrell, Jesse Fried, Howell Jackson, Reinier Kraakman, Mark Ramseyer, Mark Roe, and Guhan Subramanian.