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Penn Law Places Two Editors on Prestigious Harvard Journal

 
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Penn Law Places Two Editors on Prestigious Harvard Journal
RAJ PAREKH 3L and WILLIAM BURGESS L’05 were chosen for the National Symposium Editorial Board of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy’s fall issue. The issue will feature articles written by judges and legal scholars and presented at Harvard Law School’s annual Student Symposium last February.

The board’s twenty-seven editors are chosen from the nation’s top law schools. Parekh, who was chosen to be one of four executive editors, also serves as an executive editor of Penn Law’s Journal of International Law and Policy. Burgess, who graduated cum laude last spring, is clerking for Judge William Bryson on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
 
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