As Harvard Law Review’s First-Ever Gay Editor, Mitchell Reich Will Whisper Sweet Legalese In Your Ear

Mitchell Reich, a second-year Harvard Law School student, was elected editor of the Harvard Law Review, the first gay man to assume the prestigious position. He’s a Yale and Dalton grad, in case you had any misgivings about his privileged status. Reich says one week into his job, he’s already putting in 14-hour days at the Review’s office. (I think that means he has no time for a boyfriend, sorry.) “Reich,” relays the Harvard Crimson, “also says he wants to be more conscientious about the length of legal articles—keeping articles at around 25,000 and below 30,000 words.” An editor for the blog era!

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