Answered By: HLSL CircDesk Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016 Views: 1990
The Harvard Law School has many student run journals. Subciting is checking all of the legal citations in an article against their appropriate sources, and each journal must do this before going to print. To check the citations, each journal is given shelf space for the materials in the 4th floor Reference area, just past the Reference Desk. The shelves are labeled by the journal and article name.