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Administrative Law Review

The Administrative Law Review (ALR) is published four times annually by the students of the Washington College of Law in conjunction with the American Bar Association's Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. The ALR strives to develop legal research and writing skills of students while publishing articles that serve both practitioners and academicians. Each issue is a nexus of theory and practice containing articles by practicing lawyers, judges, and academicians. The ALR contains student comments and casenotes on administrative law issues. In addition, the ALR regularly publishes symposia, conferences, and meetings on current topics in administrative law.

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Agricultural Law Digest

The Agricultural Law Digest covers important nationwide developments in agricultural law. Each issue of the Agricultural Law Digest also provides summaries of recent statutory, regulatory and case law developments in state and federal law.

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Akron Intellectual Property Journal

The Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

The Akron Law Review consistently is ranked highly in the Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings, and since 2005 has been in the top 50 of general, student-edited law reviews for "Impact Factor." Since 2006, the Akron Law Review has ranked in the top 60 in the Washington and Lee "Combined Score" ranking for general, student-edited journals.

While many Akron Law Review articles have a traditionally scholarly bent, the Law Review articles also have real-world impact. A 2012 issue of Ohio Lawyer reported that the Ohio Supreme Court has cited the Akron Law Review more times in the past decade than any other journal. See Jared Klaus, Law Reviews: An Undervalued Resource, 26 Ohio Lawyer, May/June 2012, at 28. The Law Review is proud of its commitment to publish outstanding scholarly research that is of value to our courts and practicing attorneys.

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Akron Law Review

The Akron Law Review is the flagship journal of The University of Akron School of Law. Founded in 1967, the Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

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Akron Tax Journal

The Akron Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes four issues annually, including a symposium issue, an annual Tax Edition and an annual Intellectual Property Edition. The Tax Edition was previously published as the Akron Tax Journal and the Intellectual Property Edition was previously published as the Akron Intellectual Property Journal.

The Akron Law Review consistently is ranked highly in the Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings, and since 2005 has been in the top 50 of general, student-edited law reviews for "Impact Factor." Since 2006, the Akron Law Review has ranked in the top 60 in the Washington and Lee "Combined Score" ranking for general, student-edited journals.

While many Akron Law Review articles have a traditionally scholarly bent, the Law Review articles also have real-world impact. A 2012 issue of Ohio Lawyer reported that the Ohio Supreme Court has cited the Akron Law Review more times in the past decade than any other journal. See Jared Klaus, Law Reviews: An Undervalued Resource, 26 Ohio Lawyer, May/June 2012, at 28. The Law Review is proud of its commitment to publish outstanding scholarly research that is of value to our courts and practicing attorneys.

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Alaska Law Review

The Alaska Law Review examines legal issues affecting the state of Alaska. The student-edited journal has been published at Duke Law School under the sponsorship of the Alaska Bar Association since 1984. An annual Year in Review issue consists of short summaries of significant court decisions regarding Alaska from the federal and state courts. A separately published Online Articles Forum was published in 2008 and 2009.

ISSN 0883-0568 (Print)
ISSN 1930-6598 (Online)

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American Indian Law Review

The American Indian Law Review serves as a nationwide scholarly forum for analysis of developments in legal issues pertaining to Native Americans and indigenous peoples worldwide. Adhering to the traditional law review format, the Review offers in-depth articles by legal scholars, attorneys and other expert observers. In addition, the Review offers comments and notes written by student members and editors on a wide variety of Indian law-related topics.

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American Journal of Jurisprudence

The American Journal of Jurisprudence is an international journal publishing critical discussions of the moral foundations of law and legal systems, exploring current and historical issues in ethics, philosophy of law or jurisprudence, and legal (including constitutional) theory. The most current issues/volumes can be found online via Oxford University Press. (Access to all of the content in this journal is restricted to the ND community)

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American University Business Law Review

The American University Business Law Review (AUBLR) is a student-run publication that provides cutting-edge legal analysis for the business law community. It is the only law review in Washington, D.C. dedicated solely to business issues. The AUBLR publishes fall and spring issues that include scholarly articles, case law analysis, and coverage of developing trends in a variety of areas, such as financial regulation, international trade, antitrust, communications, healthcare, and energy. We welcome articles submitted by academics, practitioners, and law students. Additionally, the AUBLR hosts an annual symposium with leading academics and practitioners that focuses on a current, pertinent topic in business law.

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American University Criminal Law Brief

The American University Criminal Law Brief, created in 2005, is a journal dedicated to the complex and constantly evolving world of the criminal justice system. Our audience includes judges and practicing attorneys, students with a strong interest in criminal law, and professors of varied criminal law disciplines. We are dedicated to an open and balanced dialogue on all aspects of criminal law representing all possible perspectives. The Brief is distributed to federal, state, and local government agencies, courts, law firms, and law schools throughout the country.

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American University International Law Review

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The American University International Law Review publishes articles, critical essays, comments, and casenotes on a wide variety of international law topics, including public and private international law, the law of international organizations, international trade law, international arbitration, and international human rights. AUILR also publishes pieces on topics of foreign and comparative law that are of particular interest to the international legal community.

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American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

The American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law, founded in 1992, provides a forum for those interested in gender issues and feminist legal studies. In 1998, the Journal expanded its mission to include social policy as well as gender issues. Our current approach reflects our intent to fill a void in legal scholarship by providing an opportunity for academic discussion that is otherwise overlooked by traditional journals. By focusing on gender and social policy issues, we are committed to creating a dialogue among disparate social, economic, and gender groups in order to find our common humanity under the law.

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American University Law Review

Founded in 1952, the American University Law Review is the oldest and largest student-run publication at the Washington College of Law and publishes six issues each year. The Law Review is consistently ranked among the top fifty law journals in the nation and is the most-cited journal at WCL, according to the Washington and Lee University Law Library.

The Law Review receives approximately 2,500 submissions annually and publishes a wide range of legal scholarship from professors, judges, practicing lawyers, and renowned legal thinkers. The Law Review has published articles or commentary by Supreme Court Chief Justices Warren Burger, William Rehnquist, and Earl Warren, as well as Associate Justices Hugo Black, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Arthur Goldberg. The Law Review has also published articles or commentary by prominent legal figures such as Stephen Bright, Paul Butler, Erwin Chemerinsky, Tom Goldstein, Paul Kamenar, Judge Paul Michel, Judge Stephen Reinhardt, Nadine Strossen, and Laurence Tribe.

The Law Review is the only journal in the nation to publish an annual issue dedicated to decisions of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit regarding patent law, international trade, government contracts, veterans affairs, and trademark law. A member of the National Conference of International Law Journals, the Law Review is also indexed in LexisNexis, Westlaw, HeinOnline, the Index to Legal Periodicals, and the Resource Index/Current Law Index. Each edition of the Law Review is distributed nationally and abroad to law school libraries, private law firms, public legal organizations, and individual subscribers.

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American University National Security Law Brief

Founded in April 2009, the American University American University National Security Law Brief (Brief) is the nation’s first, student-run law school publication to focus on the ever-growing field of national security law. The Brief is a biannual print publication featuring journal-length, academic legal articles analyzing all aspects of United States national security law, from traditional security issues such as counterterrorism, intelligence collection, and nuclear proliferation, to cutting-edge developments related to soft power and cybersecurity. The Brief also has an extensive online component, featuring student-written pieces on current topics as well as focus pieces from noted national security law practitioners and academics. Given its location in Washington, DC and its growing relationship with the legal community, the Brief serves as an ideal platform for innovative ideas in national security law.

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Arbitration Brief

The Arbitration Brief covers a wide variety of topics, ranging from domestic employment arbitration to international investment disputes.

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Arbitration Law Review

The Arbitration Law Review is a student-edited publication done in a law review format. The Arbitration Law Review is a unique publication among those which cover dispute resolution, in that it is currently the only scholarly legal journal dedicated to covering both U.S. domestic and international developments in arbitration and other dispute resolution procedures. The Review publishes scholarly articles resulting from an annual symposium, as well as student pieces on recent case law, legislative enactments, arbitral decisions, and reviews of current dispute resolution literature.

The U.S. Supreme Court continues to show substantial interest in the law of arbitration and to favor this form of adjudication. State and federal courts generally embrace alternative means of resolving disputes. Arbitration, mediation, and negotiation are now a genuine part of the U.S. legal system and law practice. Additionally, arbitration has become critical to global commerce, and mediation is used in many countries to avoid litigation. The Review fulfills the need for the professional discussion of developments in these areas.

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Arkansas Law Review

Published quarterly, the Arkansas Law Review has as its primary objective the dissemination of scholarly and authoritative articles on significant legal issues. Its Editorial Board serves the Arkansas legal community and beyond by publishing scholarship of state, national, and international importance. The Arkansas Law Review was established with the publication of the first issue in the fall semester of the 1946-1947 academic year.

Prior to the establishment of the Arkansas Law Review, the Arkansas Bar Association expressed interest in the creation of a law review and appointed committees to explore the possibility. Shortly thereafter, a permanent plan was formulated under which the law review was made a joint undertaking of the law school and the Arkansas Bar Association. Today, the law review is an established part of the legal community in Arkansas and it is cited and relied upon by lawyers and courts throughout the nation. This is a collection of scholarly articles and student work that have been published in the Arkansas Law Review.

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Asian American Law Journal

The Asian American Law Journal (AALJ) is one of only two law journals in the United States focusing on Asian American communities in its publication agenda. Known as the Asian Law Journal until 2007, AALJ was first published in October 1993 in a joint publication with the California Law Review. AALJ's first independent issue was published in May 1994.

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Barry Law Review

Barry Law Review provides a forum for scholars, practitioners, and Law Review members to discuss significant legal issues of local and national concern. Barry Law Review is managed and edited exclusively by students, under the direction of a faculty advisor. Barry Law students become members only by invitation, based on either outstanding academic achievement in the first year of law school or on exceptional performance and accuracy in the annual Write On Competition and Bluebook Exam, conducted during the summer.

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Berkeley Business Law Journal

 

BBLJ is the num­ber one com­mer­cial law jour­nal in the coun­try and the only stu­dent orga­ni­za­tion at Berke­ley Law focused on busi­ness law. With a mem­ber­ship base over one hun­dred stu­dents, BBLJ is one of the largest jour­nals at Berke­ley Law. The Jour­nal works to con­nect pro­fes­sors, prac­ti­tion­ers and stu­dents through a print jour­nal, a daily blog, and var­i­ous events. For information about the the editorial board, submissions, or membership, please click on the links to the right.

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Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy

The Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy (BJALP) is dedicated to addressing legal and policy issues that affect African-American communities and people of color, in general. The Journal deals with such matters as constitutional law, criminal justice, civil rights, African-American participation in the political process, the death penalty, fair housing, economic development in African-American communities, African immigration to the United States, health issues that affect African-Americans, as well as issues affecting Africa and the African Diaspora. BJALP welcomes all relevant submissions, including scholarly articles, student-authored notes and comments, book reviews, and essays.

"The publication will work toward ultimately improving conditions for African-American communities by infusing intellectual discourse with provocative and innovative scholarship, thus deepening thinking about policy options and choices."

To this end, BJALP publishes annually each Spring and hosts symposia aimed at the UC Berkeley campus, the surrounding communities, and the legal field, generally.

If you would like to assist BJALP in its mission, please use the donations tab on the left to pledge your support.

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Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law

Founded in 2000, the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law is the premier criminal law review in the western United States. BJCL is at the core of Berkeley's vibrant criminal law community, which also includes the Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice, the Death Penalty Clinic, Advocates for Youth Justice, and students who are ideologically diverse but uniformly dedicated to excellence in criminal law.

BJCL provides a vital forum for the discussion of regional, national, and international criminal law issues. Since its inception, the journal has published cutting-edge scholarship by professors, judges, research fellows, clerks, and law students from throughout the country. Submissions from practitioners are also welcomed. BJCL operates under the advisement of Berkeley Law faculty and is available in print (through Vol. 15.1, Spring 2010) and on LexisNexis, Westlaw, and HeinOnline. In addition to its fall and spring issues, BJCL publishes the California Annual Review, a yearly review of the most pressing issues in California criminal law.

If you are interested in submitting your article for BJCL to publish, contact the submissions editors at: bjclsubmissions@gmail.com

Contact the Editor in Chief at: bjcl@law.berkeley.edu

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Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law

The Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law ("BJELL") is the leading law review for employment and labor law scholarship. BJELL articles address a range of legal issues of interest to both scholars and practitioners. Topics include employment discrimination, labor law, public sector employment, employee benefits, and workforce participation. The Journal, published twice a year, includes scholarly articles, student-authored comments and case notes, book reviews, and topical essays.

BJELL’s mission is to provide a forum for academics and practitioners to discuss emerging developments in the field. In addition, BJELL is committed to helping students connect with attorneys working in the employment and labor fields.

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Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law

Berkeley J. of Entertainment & Sports Law

The Berkeley Journal of Entertainment & Sports Law (BJESL) is dedicated to providing a multifarious selection of intellectual and practical discussions from scholars, practitioners, and students on legal issues that contemporaneously impact various entertainment industries, domestically and internationally. As an interactive and electronic law review, BJESL presents a unique platform for rich discourse on legal topics regarding copyright, trademark, art, sports, film and television, communications and broadcast media, First Amendment, right to privacy, music, antitrust and unfair competition, and contracts, among others.

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Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice

The Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, a continuation of Berkeley Women’s Law Journal, was founded in 1984 by a group of students at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law who came together with a vision of “preserving our voices of diversity and maintaining our commitment to social change within the often-stifling confines of a law school environment.”

Now in its thirtieth year of publication, BGLJ is guided by an editorial policy that distinguishes us from other law reviews and feminist journals. Our mandate is to publish feminist legal scholarship that critically examines the intersection of gender with one or more axis of subordination, including, but not limited to, race, class, sexual orientation, and disability.

Because conditions of inequality are continually changing, our mandate is also continually evolving. Pieces may come within the mandate because of their subject matter or because of their analytical attention to differences in social location among women.

BGLJ currently publishes two issues annually, one in the winter and one in the summer. Past articles are available on Westlaw and Lexis. BGLJ should be cited as BERKELEY WOMEN’S L.J. for Volumes 1 to 19 and BERKELEY J. GENDER L. & JUST. for Volume 20 and all subsequent issues.

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Berkeley Journal of International Law

The Berkeley Journal of International Law (BJIL) is recognized as a leading international law journal in the United States. BJIL infuses international legal scholarship and practice with new ideas to address today's complex challenges. BJIL is committed to publishing high-impact pieces from established and newer scholars likely to be referenced and relied on for a cutting edge approach to topics of international and comparative law. As the center of Berkeley's international law community, BJIL hosts professional and social events which engage likeminded students, academics, and practitioners in pressing international legal issues.

The Berkeley Journal of International Law is edited and produced by students at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. BJIL's twice-yearly journal publishes a broad range of scholarship that spans public international, private international, and comparative law disciplines. In addition to publication, BJIL organizes the annual Stefan A. Riesenfeld Symposium, through which leading scholars and practitioners assemble to address pressing international legal issues.

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Berkeley Journal of Middle Eastern & Islamic Law

The Berkeley Journal of Middle Eastern & Islamic Law is a digital, student-run publication of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.

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Berkeley La Raza Law Journal

The La Raza Law Journal produces knowledge designed to capture the imagination of legislators, stir the consciences of judges, and provide a dynamic tool for practitioners concerned with the impact of their work on behalf of the Latinx community.

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Tax deductible donations to support our journal can be made online. Questions regarding donations can be made to .

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Berkeley Technology Law Journal

The Berkeley Technology Law Journal is a student-run publication of the UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) focused on intellectual property, high-tech, and biotech. It is published four times a year. BTLJ strives to keep judges, policymakers, practitioners, and the academic community abreast of this dynamic field.

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Bond Law Review

The Bond Law Review is a refereed journal that publishes articles, comments and notes on the whole spectrum of legal topics and issues.

The BLR is published twice each year by the Bond Faculty of Law Review Editorial Committee.

The current issue of Bond Law Review is available in hardcopy by subscription. All previous issues of this journal are available on this site.

© Copyright is vested in the Faculty of Law, Bond University, and in each author with respect to his or her contribution.

ISSN 1033-4505 print, ISSN 2202-4824 online

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Bond University Student Law Review

First established in 1995 and re-launched in 2006, the Law Students Association of 2015-16 is humbled to announce its re-launch of the Third Edition of the Bond University Student Law Review. The Review is a prestigious student-run publication aimed at providing commentary on a wide spectrum of legal issues – from domestic to international.

 

The Bond University Student Law ReviewReview provides an avenue for the publication of high quality writing by law students. The Faculty prides itself on developing in our students a wide range of skills essential to lawyers in any field. This Review showcases in particular the exceptional research, writing and analytical skills developed by some of our top law students.

A source of pride for the Faculty is that the Student Law Review is a student initiative run by the students for the students. Their focus on quality has ensured that all published papers are subject to rigorous scrutiny. Articles are refereed by a professor with expertise in the relevant area and each article is then subject to thorough editing by the student committee.

The opportunity for students to publish in a refereed journal is rare. It will provide employers with clear evidence of student writing and the high level skills that they have developed. The Bond University Student Law Review can only enhance the reputation of both the Faculty and students by providing an avenue for publication of valuable scholarship.

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Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law

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The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law was founded in 2005 as a student run business law journal, specializing in corporate, financial and commercial law subjects, including securities and bankruptcy law.

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Brooklyn Journal of International Law

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Brooklyn Journal of International Law
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The Brooklyn Journal of International Law is one of the leading international law journals in America. The Journal publishes the work of preeminent scholars, judges, and practitioners in the diverse field of international law.

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Brooklyn Law Review

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Brooklyn Law Review
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The Brooklyn Law Review is a scholarly journal of analysis and commentary covering a broad range of current legal issues.

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California Law Review

The California Law Review is the preeminent legal publication at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall). Founded in 1912, CLR publishes six times annually on a variety of engaging topics in legal scholarship. The law review is edited and published entirely by students at Berkeley Law.

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Cal Law Trends and Developments

Cal Law - Trends and Developments was the predecessor publication to the Golden Gate University Law Review. It was published in three volumes: 1967, 1969, and 1970.

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Canada-United States Law Journal

Founded in 1974, the Canada-United States Law Journal was the first academic law journal dedicated to the exploration of the complex trade relationship between Canada and the United States.

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Capital Defense Journal

The Capital Defense Digest began in 1988 as a staple-bound, photocopied case digest containing summaries of capital cases from the Virginia and federal courts. In 1998, after publishing the Digest for ten years, the VC3 upgraded it to the Capital Defense Journal, a full-fledged law review devoted to the law and practice of death penalty defense. From Fall 2005 forward, that function is served by the VCCC website, VC3.org.

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Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

Established in 1968, the Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law (JIL) is one of the oldest and most prestigious international law journals in the world.

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Case Western Reserve Law Review

The Case Western Reserve Law Review is a student edited, scholarly publication dealing with subjects of general interest in the legal profession.

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Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology

Welcome to the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology (JLT), formerly known as the CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Technology Policy, vol. 1 (1993) - vol. 23, (2015)

The Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology publishes thoughtful, timely, and useful articles that discuss recent developments in communications law, information privacy law, and intellectual property law. These fields are constantly undergoing rapid changes, and we are dedicated to addressing cutting-edge issues, policies, and technologies.

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Catholic University Law Review

Founded in 1950, the Catholic University Law Review is the Columbus School of Law's oldest legal journal. Now in its 67th year of publication, the Law Review is a student-run scholarly journal that examines problems of current legal concern. The Law Review publishes articles submitted by legal scholars and practitioners on a quarterly basis.

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Chapman Law Review

The Chapman Law Review is a student-run scholarly journal at Chapman University Fowler School of Law. Each year, the Review:
  • Publishes a print journal two times – once per semester
  • Publishes the best notes or comments written by our second-year students
  • Hosts CLR Online, a website that publishes digital copies of all Chapman Law Review articles, archives of symposia webcasts, Law Review news, new online articles, and much more
  • Hosts an annual symposium each spring that brings together noted scholars to discuss far-reaching legal questions

Membership

All management, editorial, and publication control is vested in the Review's thirty or so student members. Based on their academic performance in their first year, students are automatically offered staff positions or are invited to participate in the summer write-on competition. The Editorial Board is then selected from within the membership ranks based on their leadership, diligence and demonstrated service to the Review. Membership on the Review Editorial Board is an honor and a significant time commitment. Articles are reviewed for timeliness, quality of writing and topical interest. To see current and former Chapman Law Review members, please review the mastheads.

Write-on Competition

The write-on competition is usually held in late June or early July over a two-week period. The competition is a closed-universe writing assignment with the Chapman Law Review providing all of the necessary research - including cases, statutes and other relevant material. The participant must take and persuasively support a position with only the material provided and cannot perform any outside research.

Faculty Support

The Chapman Law Review receives tremendous support from the faculty and administration, including its Faculty Advisor, Professor Lawrence Rosenthal.

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Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law
Chapman Law Review
One University Drive, Orange, CA, 92866
Phone: (714) 628-2582
Website: chapmanlawreview.com
E-mail: ChapmanLawReviewOnline@gmail.com
Facebook: facebook.com/ChapmanLawReview
Twitter: twitter.com/ChapLRev

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Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property

The Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property is a student-run publication at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.

The Journal’s mission is to present both in-depth analyses of fundamental issues affecting intellectual property rights, and timely, succinct analysis of current intellectual property issues.

For more information, see the Journal's website.

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Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law

The Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law is an online, student-run international law review dedicated to discussion of all matters relating to international law, as well as publication of articles, notes, and comments about various issues in international and foreign law.

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Chicago-Kent Law Review

The Chicago-Kent Law Review began as the “Chicago Kent Review” in 1923. By the 1930s, the journal had adopted its current name and began publishing scholarly articles by law professors and practitioners. Articles appear in an all-symposium format, produced by students under the direction of a faculty editor. Each issue also contains a select number of student articles that the executive board chooses on the basis of contributions to legal scholarship.

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City University of New York Law Review

The City University of New York Law Review ("CUNY Law Review") is a student-run publication devoted to producing public interest scholarship, engaging with the public interest bar, and fostering student excellence in writing, legal analysis, and research. CUNY Law Review is recognized as one of the leading civil rights journals in the country.

Introduced in 1996, the New York City Law Review was published through Summer 2000. In Winter 2010, the title changed to the CUNY Law Review.

The CUNY Law Review is published twice-yearly, in Winter and Summer. In addition, CUNY Law Review continually seeks shorter, more time-sensitive contributions—such as comments on recent federal or state case law, critiques of legislative proposals, and legally relevant analyses of current events—for inclusion in Footnote Forum.

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Cleveland State Law Review

Welcome to The Cleveland State Law Review

The Cleveland State Law Review is the flagship journal of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Please visit the Law Review's new website, featuring our new online companion journal, Et Cetera, at ClevStLRev.org.


To keep up with new Law Review developments and publications, be sure to "like" us on the Law Review's Facebook page and follow us on Twitter @ClevStLRev.

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CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Technology Policy (1993-2015)

Between 1993 and 2015 CommLaw Conspectus published thoughtful, timely, and useful articles discussing recent developments in communications law, information privacy law, and intellectual property law. First named CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy, the journal became CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Technology Policy with vol. 22.

Today CommLaw Conspectus continues as the Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology.

All published issues of CommLaw Conspectus are available in this permanent archive.

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Concordia Law Review

The Concordia Law Review is a student-operated journal dedicated to publishing issues of high-quality, general legal scholarship. The Concordia Law Review invites the submission of unsolicited manuscripts regarding current legal issues of both local, national, and international import from professors, judges, and practitioners, as well as from students attending the Concordia University School of Law. The Concordia Law Review published its inaugural issue in the spring of 2016. This issue contains articles by distinguished contributors, including Vice President and Founding Dean Cathy R. Silak, the first woman appointed to an appellate court in Idaho’s history.

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Cornell International Law Journal

Founded in 1967, the Cornell International Law Journal (ILJ) is one of the oldest and most prominent international law journals in the United States. Three times a year, the Journal publishes scholarship that reflects the sweeping changes that are taking place in public and private international law. Each issue features articles by legal scholars, practitioners, and participants in international politics, as well as student-written notes.


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Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

Founded in 1991, the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy (JLPP) has quickly risen to become one of the leading public policy journals in the nation. A fixture among the top 10 policy journals, JLPP has consistently been among the top 100 student-edited law journals.

JLPP publishes articles, student notes, essays, book reviews, and other scholarly works that examine the intersections of compelling public or social policy issues and the law. As a journal of law and policy, we are a publication that not only analyzes the law but also seeks to impact its development.

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Cornell Law Review

Founded in 1915, the Cornell Law Review is a student-run and student-edited journal that strives to publish novel scholarship that will have an immediate and lasting impact on the legal community. The Cornell Law Review publishes six print issues annually consisting of articles, essays, book reviews, and student notes.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Scott B. Cohen
 

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Criminal Law Practitioner

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Cybaris®

Cybaris®, an Intellectual Property Law Review, publishes non-student articles and student comments on all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing and related transactional matters.

The student-edited law review is published twice annually and members of the Mitchell Hamline Intellectual Property Institute’s Board of Advisors provide critical oversight to ensure the articles are of the highest academic quality. This combined effort makes Cybaris® a valuable resource for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers.

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DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal

The DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal is a scholarly journal published twice a year under the direction of a student board of editors at DePaul University College of Law. The Law Journal includes notes and comments on current issues in business and commercial law.

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DePaul Journal for Social Justice

The DePaul Journal for Social Justice will promote discussion of social justice and international human rights law policy issues, encourage submissions of interdisciplinary work, and accept work with a non-conventional presentation. The discussions will involve legal professionals, including community-based leaders, academics and students. Though the journal will use a traditional law review framework, it will also explore alternative types of publication and expand content options to broaden access and better engage readers.

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DePaul Journal of Health Care Law

The DePaul Journal of Health Care Law publishes articles on health law subjects of current interest to health care practitioners, legal researchers, scholars and health care professionals.

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DePaul Journal of Sports Law

The problems that affect sports are the same ones that affect people in their everyday lives, from labor agreements to discrimination. The DePaul Journal of Sports Law is a student-produced journal that explores these critical issues with articles written by practitioners and students.

See the Aims and Scope for more details regarding the purpose and mission of the Journal.

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DePaul Law Review

The DePaul Law Review is a scholarly journal published four times a year by students at DePaul University College of Law. The Law Review serves as a forum for practitioners, judges, professors, and law students to discuss and analyze important topics in the law. The DePaul Law Review was organized in 1951. Throughout the years, the members of the DePaul Law Review have remained committed to fostering pure and intellectual research.

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Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum

The Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum is a student-edited publication of Duke Law School which examines environmental issues from legal, scientific, economic, and public policy perspectives. In addition to the Law School, DELPF is affiliated with Duke’s Nicholas School for the Environment and Earth Sciences, and Sanford School for Public Policy.

ISSN 1064-3958 (Print)
ISSN 2328-9686 (Online)

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Duke Forum for Law & Social Change

The Duke Forum for Law & Social Change is a student-edited publication of Duke Law School, published since 2009 and featuring contributions from its annual symposium. Beyond publication, the Forum strives to provide a meaningful arena within the Duke Law community for ongoing discussion of social change and related issues.

ISSN 2151-1128 (Print)
ISSN 2328-9694 (Online)

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Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

Published since 1990, the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law is a student-edited publication of Duke Law School which features articles from prominent international scholars and practitioners focusing on issues of comparative and international law. In addition to its staff of JD students, every year the journal also takes on as staff editors several international practitioners enrolled in the Duke LLM program for international law graduates.

ISSN 1053-6736 (Print)
ISSN 2328-9708 (Online)

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Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

The student-edited Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy examines legal issues at the intersection of constitutional litigation and public policy. Published at Duke Law School since 2006, DJCLPP is aimed at practitioners, judges, and legislators confronting new constitutional issues, and the constitutional and policy dimensions of court decisions and legislation.

The journal also publishes an online edition the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy Sidebar with timely comments on topical trends and current subjects of constitutional law and public policy.

ISSN 1937-9439 (Print)
ISSN 1937-9498 (Online)

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Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy

The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy is a student-edited interdisciplinary publication of Duke Law School devoted to discussions of gender, sexuality, race, and class issues in the context of law and public policy. Published since 1994, DJGLP aims to foster debate and encourage scholarship outside conventional boundaries.

ISSN 1090-1043 (Print)
ISSN 2328-9732 (Online)

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Duke Law Journal

The Duke Law Journal is a student-edited publication of the Duke Law School, committed to publishing legal writing of superior quality. Started in 1951 as the Duke Bar Journal, DLJ publishes eight issues each year. Since 1969, it has published an annual Administrative Law Symposium issue.

The journal also publishes an online supplement called Duke Law Journal Online that publishes short, lightly-edited responses to the Journal’s published pieces as well as other timely commentary at the same high level of quality as the print edition.

ISSN 0012-7086 (Print)
ISSN 1939-9111 (Online)

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Duke Law & Technology Review

The Duke Law & Technology Review is a student-edited online publication of Duke Law School that has been published since 2001 and is devoted to examining the evolving intersection of law and technology. Unlike traditional legal journals, DLTR focuses on short, direct, and accessible “issue briefs” or “iBriefs,” intended to provide cutting edge insight to lawyers and non-legal professionals.

iBlawg was a DLTR side blog from 2006 to 2007.

Please note: As of February 2012, the official citation for the Duke Law and Technology Review was altered to include a volume number, followed by the title of the journal, and the page number on which the article begins. Additionally, Volume 1 includes all scholarship published from 2001-2003.

ISSN 2328-9600 (Online)

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Duquesne Criminal Law Journal



From the Introduction to Volume 1 Issue 1:
"This publication is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in the field of law in which the contours of "justice" are most profoundly defined. -- Bruce A. Antkowiak"



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East Asia Law Review

The East Asia Law Review is committed to addressing current legal developments in East Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region.

In 2015, East Asia Law Review changed its title to the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review.

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Environmental and Earth Law Journal (EELJ)

The Barry University School of Law Environmental and Earth Law Journal (EELJ) promotes new visions and perspectives on Social and Ecological Justice, as well as facilitates an enlightened discourse on issues and topics affecting human populations and the natural world. The Journal strives to publish articles that are valuable research tools for students, attorneys, judges, and legal scholars. The Environmental and Earth Law Journal is managed and edited by the student members, under the direction of Dean Diaz and Professor Linda Coco.

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Federal Communications Law Journal

The FCLJ is the official journal for the Federal Communications Bar Association and, in serving this important role, often features articles and essays by Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) and members of Congress, as well as leading scholars in the field of Communication Law and Policy. The FCLJ was published by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law between 1993/94 (v.46) and 2011/12 (v.64). During that period the FCLJ published three issues per year featuring articles, book reviews, student notes and commentaries focusing on domestic and international communications issues. Students selected articles for publications, edited and proofread the articles, and verified the accuracy and form of cited sources. The journal also published several student-written articles. Beginning with the Fall 2012 issue (v.65 no.1), the journal is being published by the George Washington School of Law.

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FIU Law Review

FIU Law Review is an open access publication of legal scholarship produced through bi-annual symposia.

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Florida State University Law Review

The Florida State University Law Review is the flagship journal of the Florida State University College of Law. The Editors of the Law Review publish the journal four times per year.

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Fordham Environmental Law Review

The Fordham Environmental Law Review explores a broad range of domestic and international environmental issues as well as social policy issues. The Review hosts an annual symposium each spring that draws leading scholars, lawmakers, and regulatory officials in the environmental law field.

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Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal

The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal is a nationally recognized publication that deals with all areas of intellectual property law including patent and copyright law, Internet law, First Amendment rights, and mass media law. The Journal is the third most cited IP journal in terms of citations in other journals.

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Fordham International Law Journal

The Fordham International Law Journal is one of the most competitive international law periodicals in the world—and, according to a recent study, one of the most frequently cited student-edited legal publications dedicated to the study of international law. The ILJ attracts contributions from prominent statespersons and members of the academic, legal, and political communities. Journal pieces have been cited in numerous US federal court decisions, US Supreme Court briefs and decisions, international courts decisions, law review articles, and CFR and ALR annotations.

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Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law

The Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law is one of the premier student-edited business law journals in the country. Our articles, essays, notes, and comments, as well as the transcripts from our annual symposia and the annual lectures sponsored by the Fordham Corporate Law Center, address important issues arising in banking, bankruptcy, corporate governance, capital markets, finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and tax practices. These scholarly works, which have made the Journal the most-cited specialty journal in banking and finance, provide judges, policymakers, regulators, practitioners, and market participants with timely analyses of important developments in business law. For more on the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, please visit www.fordhamcorporatejournal.org

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Fordham Law Review

The Fordham Law Review is one of six well respected scholarly journals edited exclusively by Fordham Law students. Each issue explores significant legal issues and examines challenging questions in the law. The Fordham Law Review is the ninth most cited student-edited journal in terms of court cases and the fifth most cited journal in terms of citations by other law journals.


This website represents a free archive of the Law Review's published content. Please visit the Fordham Law Review homepage by clicking here

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Fordham Urban Law Journal

The Fordham Urban Law Journal addresses policy issues affecting urban areas. The Journal is Fordham Law School's second oldest publication. The Fordham Urban Law Journal is the fourth most cited student-edited specialty journal of the more than 400 specialty journals in the country.

This website is a free archive of the Journal's published content. Please visit the Fordham Urban Law Journal homepage by clicking here.

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Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

The Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law is a preeminent forum for academic discussion on current international subjects. From its inception in 1971 as a student initiative supported by former U.S. Secretary of State and UGA Law Professor Dean Rusk, the International Journal features work by legal scholars and practitioners as well as student notes written by International Journal members.

With a staff composed entirely of second- and third- year law students, the International Journal publishes three times each year. The International Journal serves as a valuable research tool for practicing lawyers and students of the law. It also provides opportunities for International Journal members to develop their own editing and writing skills.

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Georgia State University Law Review

Welcome to the Georgia State University Law Review

The Georgia State University Law Review is a legal journal published four times a year by second- and third-year Georgia State University law students who have demonstrated outstanding writing and academic skills. The staff of the Law Review edits and publishes articles written by scholars, practitioners, and students.

The fall issue features an annual legislative review known as the Peach Sheets. This review provides the legal community with an in-depth view of the Georgia General Assembly's activities and the legislative intent behind significant bills. The winter, spring, and summer issues feature articles from scholars, practitioners, and students on new and significant issues in the legal community. The summer issue also features shorter articles focusing on the topic of the Law Review’s annual Symposium.

The Law Review’s annual Symposium is a forum that centers on a pressing legal topic. Distinguished scholars, judges, and practitioners offer insight in the form of live speeches and panels. The day-long event is organized by the Law Review’s Symposium editors and is typically held in the early spring.

Submissions

The Georgia State University Law Review invites authors to submit manuscripts to be considered for publication. The preferred method of submission is through Berkeley Electronic Press's ExpressO. Authors may also send submissions to submissions.gsu@gmail.com. Please see the "Policies" section of this website for further details on submitting a manuscript. Unsolicited manuscripts sent by mail are not returned unless the author provides a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

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Global Business & Development Law Journal

The Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal is dedicated to furthering the legal scholarship of international law. The journal is primarily focused on publishing high-quality articles centering on legal analysis and commentary of cutting-edge transnational issues.

The journal was founded in 1988 as The Transnational Lawyer (TTL) and played a central role in Pacific McGeorge’s commitment to building a comprehensive and diversified international curriculum. At that time, transnational law practice was void of legal scholarship and needed guidance. TTL provided a unique forum for practitioners, legal scholars, and academicians across the world to inform, share, and discuss transnational legal issues. In December 2005, The Transnational Lawyer changed its name to Pacific McGeorge Global Business and Development Law Journal.

Today, the journal continues to highlight and analyze emerging issues in international law. Given the wide geographical diversification of the Pacific McGeorge’s international programs, the journal publishes relevant materials on – as well as from – different parts of the world. As transnational commerce and supranational organizations dissipate national borders, keeping pace with the latest international law developments will be increasingly important.

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Hamline Law Review

Hamline School of Law combined with William Mitchell College of Law in 2015 to form Mitchell Hamline School of Law. This page serves as an archive of the journal edited by Hamline School of Law students. Mitchell-Hamline maintains its own institutional repository called Mitchell Hamline Open Access.

Hamline Law Review Is a student managed and operated publication of the Hamline University School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. We are dedicated to providing a forum for legal professionals, academics, and students to discuss contemporary legal issues. We are the flagship academic journal of the School of Law at Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota. The law review is published three times annually by the students of Hamline University School of Law. The Hamline Law Review was established in 1978. Today, it is in the top 20% of the Most Cited Law Reviews (tied with Energy Law Review at #379), based upon the number of times its articles have been cited by other journals.

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Hastings Women’s Law Journal

The Hastings Women's Law Journal is committed to advancing feminist perspectives and promoting scholarship in issues of concern common to all women, while recognizing the unique concerns of communities that traditionally have been denied a voice, such as women of under-represented populations.

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Health Law and Policy Brief

Now in production for Volume 7.2, the Health Law and Policy Brief is a print and online publication run by law students at American University Washington College of Law. The Health Law & Policy Brief invites original paper submissions for the Fall 2013 issue (Volume 7, Issue II). For additional information, please contact us at hlp@wcl.american.edu.

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Health Law Outlook

Welcome to our new site. For previous issues please see our archives .

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Health Matrix: The Journal of Law-Medicine

A premier journal of legal scholarship focusing on the intersection of law, ethics, medicine, and policy.

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Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

The Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal is a scholarly journal devoted to various aspects of labor and employment law. Legal practitioners and scholars are given the opportunity to submit articles for publication in this specialized field of law. In addition, each issue contains notes and comments written by students examining cases and developments in the field.

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Human Rights Brief

The Human Rights Brief is a student-run publication at American University Washington College of Law (WCL). Founded in 1994 as a publication of the school’s Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, the publication has approximately 4,000 subscribers in over 130 countries.

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ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law

The ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law is an academic legal publication sponsored by the International Law Students' Association of Chicago, IL, United States, and housed at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in Florida, United States. The Journal has a worldwide circulation, with scholarly work affecting the global community.

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Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies is a faculty-edited interdisciplinary journal focusing on the intersections of global and domestic legal regimes, markets, politics, technologies, and cultures.

NOTE: Articles written by Indiana University faculty and students are embargoed on this site for one year, all other articles are embargoed for five years. Non-embargoed issues may be available to subscribers of Project MUSE at the Project MUSE website.

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Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality

Welcome to our online repository. The Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality (“Journal”) serves as an interdisciplinary academic forum for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and students to contribute to society’s understanding of legal and policy issues concerning social justice and equality. IJLSE aims to become a major outlet for leading scholars and practitioners to improve race and gender relations, foster new research in and across the disciplines, and provide the intellectual foundation for the pursuit of social justice.



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Indiana Law Journal

Founded in 1925, the Indiana Law Journal is a general-interest academic legal journal. The Journal is published quarterly by students of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. An additional issue, known as The Supplement, is published online only. It appears in this collection as issue no. 5.

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Intellectual Property Brief

The Intellectual Property Brief (“IP Brief”) provides an opportunity for law students, professors, practitioners, and anyone interested in intellectual property law to discuss and learn about substantive IP issues. The IP Brief features daily blog posts from a team of student writers; frequent student-written columns about recent IP-related issues, case updates, and events; and IP law articles from student writers and outside submissions on a semesterly publication cycle.

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IP Theory

Please click here to be redirected to our updated IP Theory website.

IP Theory, founded in 2010, is an online, peer-edited, open-access intellectual property law publication. It is not a strictly traditional law journal but a publication designed to take advantage of the flexibility of internet technology. It serves as a new forum for both traditional academic law review articles as well as essays which are more concise (and more lightly footnoted) than typical articles. Our online format allows for quicker publishing of textual material and we have aspirations to include other mixed media, such as video interviews of our authors, into our offerings in the near future.

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IUSTITIA

IUSTITIA (Latin for "body of law") was a student run interdisciplinary journal of law and opinion published between 1973 and 1977. Two issues were published each academic year. The editorial board was primarily interested in material dealing with both the theory, and the practice of applied law. The journal aimed to stimulate within its readership an inward awareness to the day's externalities. The idea of IUSTITIA constituted a strong commitment to re-evaluating key social, economic and political issues on the basis of their ultimate legal implications.

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JCL Online

JCL Online is part of the Journal’s larger strategic vision of fostering academic discourse on cutting-edge issues in constitutional law. Volume 14 established JCL Online, originally called Heightened Scrutiny, as the Journal’s online supplement, and Volume 15 was the first edition to be formally published as a companion to our print edition.

Visit our site at http://www.pennjournalconlaw.com/ or email us.

Essays published on JCL Online in Volume 16 or earlier may be cited as U. Pa. J. Const. L. Height. Scrutiny. Thereafter, cite to U. Pa. J. Const. L. Online.

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Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

(Formerly the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal)

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John Marshall Global Markets Law Journal

John Marshall Global Markets Law Journal examines the law of capital markets, including securities, commodities, futures, options, derivatives, and related issues.

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Journal of Air Law and Commerce

The Journal of Air Law and Commerce, a quarterly publication of the School of Law, was founded at Northwestern University in 1930 and moved to SMU in 1961. The oldest scholarly periodical in the English language devoted primarily to the legal and economic problems affecting aviation and space, it has a worldwide circulation with more than 2,300 subscribers in 54 countries. Articles by distinguished lawyers, economists, government officials, and scholars deal with domestic and international problems of the airline industry, private aviation, and space, as well as general legal topics that have a significant impact on the area of aviation. Also included are student commentaries on a variety of topical issues, casenotes on recent decisions, book reviews, and editorial comments.

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Journal of Business & Technology Law

Issues at the intersection of business and technology law are pervasive and increasingly complex. These issues present many challenging legal questions which have and will continue to provide ample opportunity for debate among legal scholars. As the first publication to examine these issues together, the Journal of Business & Technology Law seeks to add an important voice to the nation’s legal scholarship and to provide a rewarding educational experience for our members. Launched in the fall of 2005, the Journal has provided a publication venue for the latest thinking on business and technology issues. With the help of its distinguished faculty advisers from the University of Maryland School of Law, the Journal is adding a vital voice to the nation's current legal scholarship.

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Journal of Catholic Legal Studies

The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, formerly The Catholic Lawyer, is published by the staff and editorial board of the St. John's Law Review and focuses on legal scholarship with ethical, moral, canonical, or theological implications. It is primarily comprised of outside articles solicited by, and submitted to, the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, but student contributions are also welcome. The members and editors of the Law Review diligently verify sources, check citations, proofread, and critically analyze all works set for publication. The Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review has primary responsibility for the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, including overseeing the editorial process and preparing manuscripts for publication. (The Catholic Lawyer Vol. 1-43, Journal of Catholic legal studies Vol. 44- Current).

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Journal of Civil Law Studies

The Journal of Civil Law Studies is a peer-reviewed, online and open-access periodical, published by the Center of Civil Law Studies. LSU Law students participate in the editorial process once papers have been accepted for publication. First published in 2008, it promotes a comparative and interdisciplinary approach to the civil law in Louisiana and in the world.

   

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Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development

The Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development was first published in 1985 as the St. John’s Journal of Legal Commentary by a group of law review students who wanted the opportunity to publish student scholarship. In 2007 the Journal became the official publication of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development. The Journal changed its name to reflect its new partnership in 2009. Today, the Journal provides lawyers and non-lawyers analysis and insight on various areas of racial, social and economic justice. The Journal solicits articles from distinguished members of the legal community to provide a forum in which scholars can express their analyses, ruminations, and opinions on contemporary and historical topics to a wide-ranging audience.

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Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy

The Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy is a tool for lawyers, planners, policy-makers and scholars working on metropolitan growth issues and interested in learning more about how cities around the world tackle the same issues. Articles focus on issues such as equitable and sustainable development; taxation and infrastructure finance; social mix, affordable housing, and housing finance; historic preservation; and climate change, environmental law, and greenspace preservation.

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Journal of Contemporary Health Law & Policy (1985-2015)

The Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy ceased publication in 2015.

Between 1985 and 2015, JCHLP published 31 volumes dedicated to in-depth legal analysis of recent trends in modern health care, issues involving the relationship of the life sciences to the social sciences and humanities, bioethics, and ethical, economic, philosophical and social aspects of medical practice and the delivery of health care systems.

All published issues of JCHLP are available in this permanent archive.

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Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology

Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is a student-run publication at Northwestern University School of Law that prints four issues annually and rests upon a century of scholarship devoted to the scientific study of criminal law and criminology. Since its inception in 1910, the Journal strives to capture the breadth and depth of legal scholarship on crime through the publication of legal articles, criminological research, book reviews, and symposia. The Journal is consistently ranked among the most influential legal and criminology publications and remains the most widely read and cited criminal law journal. Our broad readership of judges, legal scholars, criminologists, and practitioners composes the second largest subscription base of all the nation's law journals.

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Journal of Dispute Resolution

The Journal of Dispute Resolution is a student-edited, academic journal published on a bi-annual basis by the University of Missouri School of Law in conjunction with the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution. The Journal contains articles written by nationally prominent authors and students on a wide variety of topics in the rapidly developing field of dispute resolution.

The Journal was established in 1984 and is recognized as the leading legal publication in the area of alternative dispute resolution. Second- and third- year law students administer the Journal by contributing written works and assisting in the editing and publication process.

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Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Welcome to the Journal of Intellectual Property Law, run by students at the University of Georgia School of Law since 1993. For more information, please see About This Journal.

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Journal of International and Comparative Law

St. John’s Journal of International and Comparative Law (JICL) is a student-edited online journal featuring scholarly articles and student notes and comments on emergent issues of international and comparative law. Published biannually, JICL offers a dynamic forum where members of the academy, the bar and the judiciary, as well as Journal members, publish articles and essays of timely concern on nearly any legal issue that touches on international, comparative or transnational topics. Members have the opportunity to work under the guidance of the Journal's faculty advisors and editors to produce a work of publishable quality for consideration by JICL and the New York International Law Review.

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Journal of International Business and Law

The Journal of International Business and Law (JIBL), which was established in 1999, is a student-run publication that explores the interaction of business and law in the global marketplace. As the legal and business worlds collide in a global business dynamic, there exists a need for wide-ranging scholarly debate and critical thinking on a broad range of topics that is crucial to both practitioners and academicians.

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Journal of Law and Health

The Journal of Law and Health is a traditional yet innovative periodical. Articles are drawn from all disciplines that offer a perspective on the legal aspects of medicine and health sciences. This pan-disciplinary format allows flexibility in both the type and length of articles published.

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Journal of Law and Policy

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The Journal of Law and Policy is a scholarly journal of analysis and commentary whose mission is to promote the debate of law related issues and public policy through the publication of articles written by legal scholars, law students, and distinguished members of the legal and policymaking communities.

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Journal of Law and Practice

The Mitchell Hamline Journal of Law & Practice disseminates insightful articles and other scholarly writings on the forefront of legal practice. The Journal is committed to expressing how the impact of current legislation and recent court decisions affects the practice of law, and to presenting the practitioner’s views about how current legislation and recent court decisions may affect their practice of law.

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Journal of Law and Social Policy

The Journal of Law and Social Policy (JLSP) seeks to encourage debate and dialogue on important issues at the intersection of law and society, particularly as they impact low income individuals and disadvantaged communities. In addition to issues relating to housing and shelter, income maintenance, social assistance, human rights, health, employment, education, immigration and refugee law, mental health law, criminal and family law, the Journal is also interested in a range of questions about lawyering and social change, including the exploration of non-traditional legal strategies such as community organizing. Access to justice is a recurrent theme, as is the role of legal education in developing professional norms and practices in which social justice is an organizing aspiration.

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Journal of Law, Technology, & the Internet

Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet (JOLTI) is an annual peer-reviewed student-run law journal that publishes the works of academics, practitioners, and other relevant experts on a variety of topics including intellectual property and technology law. We welcome the unsolicited submission of any full-length manuscript addressing the intersection of law and technology. Case Western Reserve School of Law faculty members serve as peer-reviewers for all manuscripts.

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Journal of Legislation

The Journal of Legislation contains articles by both public policy figures and distinguished members of the legal community. It also publishes notes written by members of the staff. All material contained in The Journal concern either existing and proposed legislation or public policy matters. Some articles and notes make specific suggestions regarding legislative change. The Journal is presently one of the country’s leading legislative law reviews and is a member of the National Conference of Law Reviews.

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Journal of Public Law and Policy

Welcome to Journal of Public Law and Policy website. The Mitchell Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy is a student-run organization devoted to the discussion and analysis of contemporary legal and public policy issues. The Journal provides a forum for both students and the legal community to engage in scholarly thought, analysis, and writing on a wide range of ideas affecting national and international policy.

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Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

The Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics is a journal established to preserve a record of the proceedings of Hofstra Law School's ethics conferences. It is a collection of both the major papers and commentaries that were delivered at the 1996 and 1999 conferences hosted by the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics. (inactive)

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Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

In collaboration with the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, Pepperdine University School of Law publishes the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary. This journal is recognized as the finest and most scholarly publication exclusively focused on developments affecting the administrative judiciary. Student staff members edit various scholarly articles written by judges, professors, and lawyers and also work with a faculty editor in publishing the journal.

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Labor & Employment Law Forum

The American University Labor & Employment Law Forum is one of only three student-edited publications that is dedicated exclusively to the topics of Labor and Employment Law.

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Law and Contemporary Problems

Law and Contemporary Problems is a quarterly, interdisciplinary publication of Duke Law School which began publication in 1933. Using a symposium format and focusing each issue on a topic of contemporary concern, L&CP publishes articles of value from all disciplines, the study of which contributes to the development of law.

ISSN 0023-9186 (Print)
ISSN 1945-2322 (Online)

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Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice

Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice was founded in 1981 under the direction of Professor Catharine MacKinnon. The Journal publishes articles by lawyers, law students, and non-lawyers in order to provide the intellectual insight and practical depth necessary for a true understanding of inequality. Articles focus on race, poverty, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, and other unique issues of inequality. Journal articles can be social, empirical, doctrinal, experiential, literary, or community-based. Each volume of the Journal is comprised of two issues: Winter and Summer.

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2017 Symposium: The Summit for Civil Rights

University of Minnesota Law School, November 9 & 10, 2017

Law & Inequality is pleased to present The Summit for Civil Rights, a seminal event that will take the first steps of transforming the historic coalition for civil rights into a new, modern political alliance. Please join Vice President Walter Mondale, Congressman Keith Ellison, and other civil rights, labor, political, and faith leaders for a conference about building a movement to end racial segregation in the United States.

Learn more about and register for the Summit here.

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Law Raza

The William Mitchell Law Raza Journal was a student-run publication devoted to promoting justice for underrepresented communities and groups and the issues that they face.

Published from 2010 to 2014, Law Raza featured articles of regional, national, and international interest pertaining to social justice issues for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers.

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Legislation and Policy Brief

The Legislation and Policy Brief ("LPB") is the legislative-based legal publication of the Washington College of Law.

LPB publishes a book twice a year, conducts dynamic panel discussions, and hosts an online blog providing non-partisan legal analysis of current legislation and policy issues before federal and state legislatures. LPB articles cover a wide range of legislative areas and tend to be heavy on legislative history and analysis.

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Lincoln Memorial University Law Review

Volume 4 Articles

Issue 2 articles are now complete and can be downloaded either individually and as one issue.

Upcoming Events and Announcements:

We hope that everyone enjoyed the 2017 Symposium Criminal Justice Reform: Rethinking the War on Drugs as much as we enjoyed hosting it.

In addition to LMU Law Review's traditional symposium, we hosted an event to examine the Gatlinburg fire. The Law Review staff would like to extend our deepest sympathies to all of our neighbors affected by this tragedy.

Thank you to our symposium and event speakers. Each speaker presented thought provoking ideas.

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Louisiana Law Review

The first issue of the Louisiana Law Review went into print in November of 1938. Since then the Review has served as Louisiana’s flagship legal journal and has become a vibrant forum for scholarship in comparative and civil law topics.

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Loyola Consumer Law Review

Loyola Consumer Law Review

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Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

The Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review is a specialty review devoted to Entertainment, Sports, Communications, and intellectual property law. ELR is student edited and published at Loyola Law School of Los Angeles.

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Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review

The Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review (ILR) is a student-run publication dedicated to the advancement of legal scholarship, the resolution of contemporary legal problems, and the continuing education of the legal community. The Review publishes three issues each academic year. In addition, the Review runs the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) Project. The Project hosts a public database of cases rendered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and publishes an online journal of articles that summarize Inter-American Court decisions.

The authors' views do not necessarily reflect the views of the Review, its editors and staff, or Loyola Law School.

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Loyola University Chicago International Law Review

Loyola University Chicago International Law Review

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Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources

The LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources is a student-edited academic journal focusing broadly on energy and its relationship to other areas of law. The JELR was created to promote the study of energy law and the effects of technological innovation on a local, national and international level.

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Maine Law Review

The Maine Law Review is published twice annually by second and third year students at the University of Maine School of Law. The Law Review contains case notes and comments written by our students on current legal problems, as well as articles by judges, professors, and practitioners on a variety of legal issues. The Law Review provides students with a valuable two-year research, editing, and writing experience that allows each to explore in-depth a legal issue of particular interest. Recent editions have contained student notes examining diverse issues of Maine law, such as the enforceability of local food ordinances, gestational surrogacy contracts, and the extent to which Miranda applies to matter-of-fact-communications with arrestees.

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Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review

Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review publishes articles devoted to international and domestic civil rights and social justice perspectives on employee benefits, disability, elder, health, poverty, and social insurance law. Since 2002, and as formerly known as the Elder's Advisor, it has been produced by Marquette University law students who work closely with experts in the field to bring to publication a readable compendium of current issues and complex policy problems at the intersection of benefits law and social justice.

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Marquette Elder's Advisor

Welcome to The Marquette Elder’s Advisor Law Review. The Marquette Elder’s Advisor is a student-edited journal addressing law and policy issues in the broad fields of elder, health, mental health, and disability law. In April 1999, Marquette University Law School released the premiere issue of Elder’s Advisor with Aspen Publishers. In 2003, Elder’s Advisor became a Marquette law review that is published biannually.

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Marquette Sports Law Review

The Marquette Sports Law Review, formerly the Marquette Sports Law Journal, is a national bi-annual scholarly review addressing issues in sports law.

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Maryland Journal of International Law

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Welcome to the digital archives of the Maryland Journal of International Law.  Using the drop-down menus in the navigation panel, you can search and browse all editions of the Journal.

The Maryland Journal of International Law has a long and prestigious history as a forum for scholarly discourse on a wide range of issues on international and comparative law.  Established in 1976 as the International Trade Law Journal, it was known as the Maryland Journal of International Law & Trade from 1984 until 1999.  Publication resumed under the current title in 2009.

The Journal presents balanced coverage on a broad range of topics related to international and comparative law and welcomes contributions from experts in the field, including scholars, judges, practitioners, journalists, and politicians.  Student-written works are also accepted.

In conjunction with the University of Maryland Carey School of Law’s International and Comparative Law Program, the Journal hosts an annual Symposium during the fall semester of the academic year.  Symposium proceedings and related articles are published the following spring.  Recent Symposia have addressed an array of topics in international and comparative law, including international arbitration, intervention in international armed conflict, and the extraterritorial reach of U.S. laws.

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MJIL Fall 2017 Symposium

The U.S. Mexico Relationship in International Law and Politics

October 19-20, 2017

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Throughout the 2016 United States Presidential campaign season, the now elected President Trump promised to “Make America Great Again” and to build a wall along the Southern United States’ border.  The President has also threatened to leave NAFTA and vowed to make significant changes to the United States immigration policy.  These claims have been met with fervent support but also strong opposition throughout the United States and the rest of the world.

MJIL’s Fall 2017 Symposium, The U.S. Mexico Relationship in International Law and Politics, seeks to bring further awareness to some of the many facets of the relationship between the United States and Mexico.  Topics to be discussed at the symposium include the history of the relationship itself including territory disputes, the legality and concerns of the proposed border wall, the implications of the United States leaving NAFTA, and the current immigration policy and any effects of proposed changes. The symposium will allow for international law experts as well as many others—from lawyers to academics and beyond—to discuss both the issues with and the future of the relationship between the United States and Mexico.

Speakers:

  • Professor Arnulf Becker-Lorca: Keynote Speaker Thursday, October 19.
  • Professor Guillermo Garcia Sanchez: Panel on US/Mexico Relations
  • Professor Jose Hernandez: Panel on US/Mexico Relations
  • Professor Peter Reich: Panel on Border Wall
  • Professor Gerald Dickinson: Panel on Border Wall
  • Professor Terence Garrett: Panel on Border Wall
  • Mr. Andy Semotiuk: Friday Keynote Speaker
  • Dean Raj Bhala: Panel on NAFTA
  • Dr. Gabriel Cavazos Villanueva: Panel on NAFTA
  • Professor Alvaro Santos: Panel on NAFTA
  • Professor David Gantz: Panel on NAFTA
  • Professor Geoffrey Hoffman: Panel on Immigration
  • Professor Kari Hong: Panel on Immigration
  • Professor Robert Koulish: Panel on Immigration
  • Ms. Helen Kerwin: Panel on Immigration
  • Mr. Alejandro Celorio Alcántara: Panel on Immigration

Digital Archives

Links to recent editions of the Maryland Journal of International Law are available below. Please use the drop-down menus in the navigation panel to search and browse all prior editions (through 1975) of the Journal.

Volume 30, International Investment Disputes: Arbitration, Litigation, and Investor-State Relations (2015)
Volume 29, The International Law and Politics of External Intervention in Internal Conflicts (2014)
Volume 28, Extraterritoriality Post-Kiobel: International & Comparative Legal Perspectives (2013)
Volume 27, China, Taiwan, and International Law: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Hungdah Chiu (2012)
Volume 26, Re-imagining International Clinical Law (2011)
Volume 25, Multilateralism and Global Law: Evolving Conceptions of International Law and Governance (2010)
Volume 24, Reflecting on the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (2009)


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To reach the Editorial Board of the Maryland Journal of International Law, please contact: JIL @ law.umaryland.edu

The Journal’s mailing address is:

Maryland Journal of International Law
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 West Baltimore Street, Suite 411
Baltimore, MD 21201


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McGeorge Law Review

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Michigan Journal of Gender and Law

The central mission of the Michigan Journal of Gender and Law is to create a feminist legal publication that will help expand and develop legal discourse beyond traditional boundaries. The Journal, which was founded in 1992, is dedicated to providing a forum for exploring how gender issues (and related issues of race, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, and culture) impact law and society. The Journal seeks to compare, contrast, and combine theoretical and practical perspectives on gender issues in order to provide a bridge between theory and practice. To achieve these purposes, the Journal publishes the views of legal scholars, social scientists, practitioners, students and others. The Journal is committed to representing a broad range of perspectives, however unconventional or unpopular they may be. We welcome the submissions and responses of our readers.

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Michigan Journal of International Law

First published as the Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, the Michigan Journal of International Law is now one of the premiere international legal journals in the world. We publish four times a year with the help of our Editorial Board, Contributing Editors, and Associate Editors. We are lucky to benefit from Michigan’s excellent international law faculty and enjoy bringing cutting edge international legal scholarship to our campus and beyond.

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Michigan Journal of Race and Law

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Michigan Law Review

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First Impressions, the online companion to the Michigan Law Review, publishes op-ed length articles by academics, judges, and practitioners on current legal issues. This extension of the printed journal facilitates quick dissemination of the legal community’s initial impressions of important judicial decisions, legislative developments, and timely legal policy issues.

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Michigan Law Review Online

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Michigan Law Review Online replaced Michigan Law Review First Impressions as the online companion in the fall of 2016.

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Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review

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Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology

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Montana Law Review

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Natural Resources Journal

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New Mexico Law Review

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North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation

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The North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation (now The North Carolina Journal of International Law) has two principal goals: first, to broaden the image of the UNC School of Law by providing attorneys with a publication focused on the practice of international law and second, to keep the law school in contact with those in the business and legal community that are forging ahead in the practice of international law.

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North Carolina Law Review

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The North Carolina Law Review is a student-operated journal at the University of North Carolina School of Law which publishes scholarship relevant to the interests of judges, attorneys, researchers, and students in North Carolina and nationwide.

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North East Journal of Legal Studies

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Notre Dame Journal of International & Comparative Law

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Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy

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Notre Dame Law Review

The Notre Dame Law Review was founded in 1925 and was known as the Notre Dame Lawyer until the name was changed in 1982. It is published five times a year by our students. It affords qualified students an invaluable opportunity for training in precise analysis of legal problems and in clear and cogent presentation of legal issues. The Law Review contains articles and lectures by eminent members of the legal profession and comments and notes by members of the staff. Entirely student edited, the Law Review has maintained a tradition of excellence, and its membership has included some of the most able judges, professors and practitioners in the country. Staff selection is based on either academic standing or demonstrated writing ability.

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Notre Dame Law Review Online

The Notre Dame Law Review launched Notre Dame Law Review Online in December 2014. This online supplement to the print edition contains a variety of content, including essays, summaries of recent cases, commentaries on important new issues arising from recent Supreme Court decisions, and more pragmatically focused legal analysis from leading legal practitioners.

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Nova Law Review

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Ocean and Coastal Law Journal

Located in the coastal city of Portland, Maine, the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal is dedicated to facilitating discourse on legal issues related to domestic and international use of the sea and seashores. It is published by second and third year students at the University of Maine School of Law in two volumes per year. These volumes include articles by practitioners and scholars, as well as comments and case notes written by students addressing issues of marine resource regulation, coastal zone management, marine environmental protection, and other topics of importance in the field of ocean and coastal law. Ocean and Coastal Law Journal.

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Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal

The University of Oklahoma College of Law’s Oil and Gas, Natural Resources, and Energy Journal (ONE J) is a comprehensive publication dedicated to the advancement of domestic and international legal scholarship on oil, gas, and energy and natural resources law. ONE J offers in-depth articles by academics, practitioners, and other interested scholars. In addition, the Journal features comments and notes written by student members and editors on a wide variety of energy topics.

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Oklahoma Law Review

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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Publishing continuously since 1958, the Osgoode Hall Law Journal is one of Canada's premier peer-reviewed law journals, with an international reputation for leadership in innovative, interdisciplinary and provocative legal scholarship.

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Osgoode Hall Review of Law and Policy

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Originally titled The Dickinson Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, The Penn State Environmental Law Review was published from 1992 to 2011, and provided a forum for articles in the traditional realm of environmental law, as well as risk assessment, toxicology and epidemiology.

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The Penn State International Law Review published articles on public and private international law written by leading government (domestic and foreign) officials, legal scholars, private practitioners, and law students.

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The Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs (JLIA) is a student-edited, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, jointly published by Penn State Law and School of International Affairs.

The Journal publishes twice a year with one issue comprising scholarly articles and the other issue focusing on student comments on developments of international law and current issues.

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Pepperdine Law Review

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Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

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The Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business was established in 2000 and published articles on a wide array of topics at the intersection of international law and global business. In the Spring of 2017, the journal began to transition to a new medium. The Richmond International Business and Anti-Corruption Forum offers an accessible arena for students and scholars to produce quality scholarship that responds to emerging issues in International business and anti-corruption law. Its new platform is forthcoming.

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Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest

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The Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest is the scholarly voice for issues pertaining to social welfare, public policy, and a broad spectrum of jurisprudence. Published four times a year, the Journal publishes its content online to reach the widest audience possible, while also publishing one annual print issue focused on the work of the Virginia General Assembly. Our authors include experienced practitioners, esteemed legal professors, and insightful individuals working to change the world around them.

In the Summer of 2016 this Journal was renamed the Richmond Public Interest Law Review. Any inquires may be sent to

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Richmond Journal of Law & Technology

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Richmond Public Interest Law Review

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Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law

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The John Marshall Journal of Information Technology & Privacy Law

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The John Marshall Law Review

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The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law

The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) is a student-run organization that is committed to continuing the tradition of excellence in the field of intellectual property at The John Marshall Law School. RIPL is an outgrowth of John Marshall’s intellectual property law program, one of the oldest and most comprehensive programs in the United States. RIPL publishes scholarly work in four yearly issues by prominent and experienced judges, law school professors, and practitioners in the intellectual property field, along with student comments.

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The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics

The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics (LAIJLE) is the official scholarly journal of the Latin American and Iberian Law and Economics Association (ALACDE). English, Spanish and Portuguese are the official languages of this peer reviewed journal which is published semi-annually on ALACDE's Digital Commons platform powered by bepress.

The aim of The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics (LAIJLE) is to promote law and economics theory in Latin America, the Caribbean and the Iberian Peninsula by increasing academic discussion and research on a cluster of inter-related topics including empirical and experimental studies and law and economic analyses about private, corporate, public, international, comparative and economic law; public welfare; conflict resolution; jurisdictional activities; and other concerns.

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The Modern American

The Modern American is American University Washington College of Law’s scholarly publication dedicated to diversity and the law. TMA is a student-run publication founded in 2004. The Modern American is a name that conveys the nation’s evolution as an increasingly diverse and complex place that is experiencing tremendous change, both exciting and frightening, in the era of twenty-first century politics.

TMA is proud to announce that the Summer 2013 Volume 9 Issue 1 is now available online.

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The Supreme Court Law Review: Osgoode’s Annual Constitutional Cases Conference

The edited proceedings of Osgoode’s Constitutional Cases Conference, held annually since 1997, have been published as special volumes of the Supreme Court Law Review (SCLR) since 2002. The papers provide expert commentary and analysis of the Supreme Court of Canada’s constitutional jurisprudence for the preceding calendar year. Papers by Canada’s foremost judges, constitutional scholars, and litigation experts address the Court’s decisions on federalism and constitutional rights, including aboriginal rights, as well as offer broader perspectives on constitutional theory and interpretation. Over the years this conference has been recognized as the leading source of constitutional scholarship in Canada.

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The Transnational Human Rights Review

The Transnational Human Rights Review (THR) is published collaboratively by the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (Abuja, Nigeria) and the Nathanson Centre for Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security at Osgoode Hall Law School.

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The University of Chicago Law School Record

The University of Chicago Law School Record is the Law School's magazine for alumni and friends. The Record was first issued in 1951 and is now published twice a year, in the fall and spring. Chicago Unbound eventually will include full-text PDF images of all issues of the Record. To view a list of issues currently available, select the Browse button next to All Issues on the right side of this page.

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The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review

The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review.

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The University of the Pacific Law Review

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Touro Law Review

The Touro Law Review is a journal dedicated to the advancement of legal scholarship. Each issue addresses topics of practical and academic importance, containing articles authored by judges, law professors, attorneys, and students. The Review uses a rigorous and competitive process to select articles submitted for publication. Once selected for publication, each article undergoes an extensive editorial process designed to perfect its accuracy and clarity. Student editors and authors collaborate to contribute a reliable source of law to the legal community.

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Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law

For general inquiries, please contact Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law at tjournal@utk.edu

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Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law

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The Journal of Comparative and International Law (TJCIL) was a semiannual publication, edited and staffed by students at The University of Tulsa College of Law. It was first published in fall of 1993 and ran through spring 2009. TJCIL published articles on a wide range of topics, including international commerce and ramifications of U.S. domestic law, human rights issues, and international energy and environmental law topics. Articles were written by prominent scholars, practitioners in the field, and students and have been recognized as important contributions to the development of international law.

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Tulsa Law Review

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First known as the Tulsa Law Journal (1964-2001), the Tulsa Law Review has dedicated itself for the past fifty years to publishing outstanding scholarly works that stimulate critical thinking, provoke legal debate, and improve the law of our society. Each year, select TU law students are chosen to publish the Tulsa Law Review.

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UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational and Comparative Law

Welcome to the UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational and Comparative Law. The journal was founded in the fall of 2015 as a student-run publication, advised by Professor Gregory Shaffer, dedicated to the advancement of legal scholarship in the fields of international, transnational, and comparative law. It produces one symposium issue each year that brings together leading scholars from around the world on international and transnational legal issues.

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UC Irvine Law Review

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United States - Mexico Law Journal

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United States-Mexico Journal was a legal journal published from 1993 to 2005 by the United-States Mexico Law Institute Inc. and New Mexico Law Review at The University of New Mexico School of Law in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This site is an online archive of the print journal.

Journal History

The idea for this journal began in 1990 when a group of Mexican and United States lawyers met at the conclusion of an American Bar Association International Legal Exchange program in Mexico. With the goal of continuing the quality of the education program they just experienced, they discussed bringing together U.S. and Mexican attorneys and legal scholars to continue to educate attorneys from both countries. Because of its strategic location, New Mexico was chosen as the site for the annual conference. A not-for-profit corporation, The United States-Mexico Law Institute, Inc., was organized in 1992 in New Mexico. The long-range goals of the founders were: promotion of research on and analysis of legal problems common to the United States and Mexico; the study of the administration of justice in both countries; the provision of a regular forum for attorneys, judges, government officials, and legal scholars to meet and share opinions with their counterparts from the other country; and the annual publication of the papers presented at the conference through the United States-Mexico Law Journal.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

The UALR Law Review publishes timely, scholarly materials on significant legal questions pertinent to the practice of law in Arkansas, the nation, & the world.

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University of Baltimore Journal of International Law

The University of Baltimore Journal of International Law is a scholarly legal journal providing in depth analysis of international and comparative law and policy issues.

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University of Cincinnati Law Review

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The University of Cincinnati Law Review's lineage dates back to 1927. The journal was the the first to be published by an Ohio law school. The Law Review is edited and published entirely by students at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The Law Review publishes four issues per year and also sponsors symposia focusing on the current legal topics.

If you would like to submit your article for consideration in our Law Review we ask that you do so through Expresso. We will not review any articles submitted through this website.

We encourage former Law Review members to get back in touch with us and keep us posted on their careers by visiting our Alumni Page.

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University of Massachusetts Law Review

The University of Massachusetts Law Review is a co-curricular organization that publishes a student-reviewed law journal. The law review publishes two issues per annual volume. The January issue is a general-interest publication open to works on any legal topic. Manuscripts selected for inclusion in the general issue are chosen for their authorship as well as their contribution to legal scholarship and the bar. The May issue is a symposium format that features works relating to the Trends & Issues in a particular area of law. Each year's symposium topic is selected by the law review staff. Prior to publishing the issue, the law review hosts its annual Roundtable Symposium to promote academic discussion and debate on the chosen topic.

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University of Miami Business Law Review

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The University of Miami Business Law Review, formerly titled the University of Miami Business Law Journal, publishes submitted articles and student notes and comments on legal issues arising in any field related to business.

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University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review (formerly Lawyer of the Americas) is a scholarly legal periodical published three times a year by law students at the University of Miami School of Law. The Review provides a forum in which major international and inter-American legal developments are discussed.

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University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

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The International and Comparative Law Review publishes articles of substantial legal merit and creativity authored by scholars and practitioners of private and public international law.

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University of Miami Law Review

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The University of Miami Law Review is a quarterly legal journal committed to publishing articles of interest to legal scholars and practitioners. The Law Review publishes one volume per year composed of four separate issues published in the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. The Law Review also hosts an annual symposium at the University of Miami School of Law.

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University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review

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The University of Miami National Security & Armed Conflict Law Review is committed to the promotion and publication of scholarly articles that address the legal, social, economic, and psychological issues involved with sub-national and international armed conflicts. The articles published through NSAC will promote scholarly dialogue about major issues affecting national and international society.

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University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review

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The University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review, formerly known as The Black Law Review, is a student journal committed to the promotion and publication of scholarly articles that address the legal, social, economic, and psychological issues that affect communities of color.

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University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

The Michigan Journal of Law Reform is one of the oldest and most well respected law and policy publications in the nation. It publishes cutting-edge legal scholarship by both academics and legal practitioners. Established in 1968, the Journal finds its roots in a desire to propose constructive, well-reasoned reforms in all areas of the law.

In the Journal’s inaugural issue, Professor Francis Allen summarized the publication’s purpose in the following way: “In short, it seeks to promote the improvement of law and its administration in all areas in which needs are disclosed and in which useful proposals can be advanced.” True to these words, the Journal’s Editorial Board has consistently sought out and published articles on a diverse range of legal issues, eschewing the narrow focus of many legal publications.

The Journal also regularly sponsors symposia. These multi-day events provide an in-depth examination of one area of law in need of reform, with presentations by some of the most prominent and compelling scholars and practitioners in that field. The ideas presented at these symposia are then consolidated and published in article form in the Journal’s Summer Issue. Previously, symposia have focused on such varied topics as jury reform, products liability law, and school finance revitalization of American cities.

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University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Caveat

The University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform is one of the oldest and most well respected law and policy publications in the nation. Caveat represents a modern continuation of JLR's tradition of excellence. Caveat articles are published as a complement to JLR's print publication. This online platform gives authors the opportunity to effectively utilize visual aids, link to online sources, and reach a wider audience of students, practitioners, and other professors.

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University of Missouri Bulletin Law Series

In the early 20th century, the University of Missouri published a journal called the University of Missouri Bulletin that highlighted scholarship being produced by the University. Colleges could create their own series within the larger context of the Bulletin. The Law School did so, starting in 1913 and continuing until 1935 at which time it became the Missouri Law Review.

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University of New Hampshire Law Review

The University of New Hampshire Law Review, formerly published under the title Pierce Law Review, replaced the peer-reviewed journal RISK: Health Safety and Environment. As one of two scholarly journals produced by University New Hampshire School of Law students, the UNH Law Review publishes articles of general legal interest exploring questions of law and unsettled legal issues.

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University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review

The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review is committed to addressing legal developments in Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region. To further this end, we publish and distribute a leading journal and host a variety of events at Penn Law. The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review continues the East Asia Law Review.

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University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law

The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law is an expansion of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business and Employment Law, which has published cutting-edge business and employment scholarship for more than a decade.

Founded in 1997, the Journal publishes articles and comments on a broad range of business law topics including corporate governance, securities regulation, capital market regulation, employment law and the law of mergers and acquisitions.

The Journal of Business Law is published in four standard issues each year. Please address all correspondence related to the Journal to the attention of the Managing Editor.

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University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law

The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law provides a forum for the interdisciplinary study of and rigorous analysis of constitutional law. To that end, The Journal cultivates innovative scholarship, promotes critical perspectives, and reinvents the traditional study of constitutional law.

To encourage dialogue about the Constitution within and between diverse communities, The Journal hosts an annual symposium and publishes via both print and electronic media.

From this site you can read our current issue, browse back issues, and access our online companion, Journal of Constitutional Law Online.

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University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law

First printed in 1978 as the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, the Journal of International Law (JIL) is the oldest topically focused journal at Penn Law and widely recognized as one of the top international law journals in the world.

JIL publishes scholarship on diverse issues ranging from international economic law to international human rights and environmental regulation. The Journal continues to work with preeminent authors on articles regarding private international transactions, international governmental regulation, and empirical research on the effects of international law on world economies. One issue per year is devoted to scholarship arising from the annual JIL Symposium.

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University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change

The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Social Change (JLASC) is a progressive, student-run journal and seminar that espouses an interdisciplinary scholarly approach to challenge social injustice. JLASC is unique among Penn Law Journals both in our mission and process. All journal members participate in journal decision-making by collectively reviewing, selecting and editing each piece of scholarship.

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University of Pennsylvania Law Review

The Law Review has both a professional and an educational mission. It serves the legal profession, the bench, the bar, and the academy by providing a forum for the publication of original legal research of the highest quality. We accept and scrutinize approximately 2,000 written submissions annually to select approximately twelve articles in each volume.

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University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online

The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, formerly known as PENNumbra, is pleased to host debates between respected scholars on current controversies, responses to scholarly articles published by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, short essays, and case notes written by current editors of the Law Review.

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University of Richmond Law Review

Welcome to the University of Richmond Law Review.

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University of San Francisco Law Review

Welcome to the University of San Francisco Law Review's Scholarship Repository page.

The University of San Francisco Law Review is a student-run organization staffed and managed by students of the University of San Francisco School of Law. Its primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship.

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University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy

The University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy is one of the St. Thomas School of Law’s two scholarly law journals. The mission of the Journal of Law & Public Policy is to advance the ideals embodied in the school’s mission through the exploration of conservative legal thought, public policy, and social justice. The Journal’s Latin subtitle, Non in Legendo Sed in Intelligendo Leges Consistent, which translates into “the laws depend not on being read, but on being understood” is the guiding principle that informs the types of articles we publish and the sort of events we host.

The Journal of Law & Public Policy is a symposium-based journal that hosts two symposia per year. The Journal primarily publishes works presented by speakers at these symposia and selected student authored notes and comments each year. The symposium events are designed to promote student, faculty, and community engagement in a meaningful discussion about a current legal issue. Our symposia give members of the St. Thomas community a chance to examine policy issues closely connected with the mission and vision of the University of St. Thomas School of Law.

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University of St. Thomas Law Journal

 

The University of St. Thomas Law Journal is the School of Law’s flagship law review. It seeks to embody the school’s unique mission by publishing excellent legal scholarship that promotes ethical actions, the integration of faith and reason, and social justice. The Law Journal’s Latin subtitle, Fides et Iustitia, which translates into “faith and justice,” is a core foundation of the works we publish and the symposia we host each year.

The Law Journal will transition to an online-only journal starting with Volume 13, Issue 3 in Spring 2017.  At this time, all paid subscriptions will be cancelled. The Law Journal will continue to be available at no cost on our archives below. It will also continue to be published on Westlaw, HeinOnline, and LexisNexis.

To receive information regarding upcoming symposia and publications, join our email list and follow us on Facebook. For copyright permissions and general inquiries, please email us at lawjournal@stthomas.edu.

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Utah Law Review

Founded in 1948, the Utah Law Review Society publishes the Utah Law Review, an academic legal journal with national reach. The journal was founded to serve the interests of the students, the bench, and the bar of the State of Utah. Since then, its scope has expanded to include legal issues of both national and international importance. The Society is a wholly student-run organization, with the student-editors making all editorial and organizational decisions.

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Utah OnLaw: The Utah Law Review Online Supplement

Welcome to Utah OnLaw

Utah OnLaw is the online supplement for the Utah Law Review. OnLaw mainly publishes articles by Utah practitioners on relevant issues of Utah law. Our goal is to provide members of the Utah Bar and Utah judiciary with current, useful information about local issues.


Submissions

OnLaw is a light edit journal and the editorial standards for OnLaw are the same as the print journal. Articles are published on a rolling basis so there is no deadline for submissions. Offers to publish are generally made within two weeks of submission.

Articles may be submitted for consideration, preferably in Microsoft Word format, through Digital Commons. Alternatively, submissions can also be sent directly to onlaw@utahlawreview.org. All submissions must conform to the following guidelines:

  • Authors. OnLaw gives priority to publishing articles by Utah practitioners, however, all timely, relevant articles from legal scholars and practitioners will be considered. In addition, OnLaw also publishes articles of exceptional quality from students currently enrolled at the S.J. Quinney College of Law.

  • Length. OnLaw articles should be between 3,500 and 6,000 words, including footnotes, although articles falling slightly outside of this range will still be considered if they are of good quality. Articles over 8,000 words will not be considered.

  • Style & Citations. OnLaw articles can be less formal and more lightly footnoted than the articles published in the print journal. All citations should conform to the Bluebook.

Questions?

All questions should be addressed to Brooke Parrish, Executive Online Editor, at onlaw@utahlawreview.org.



Archived volumes of OnLaw are located here.

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Valparaiso University Law Review

The Valparaiso University Law Review is a scholarly journal that publishes articles, lectures, book reviews, and student notes submitted by law professors, judges, practitioners, and members of the Law Review.

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Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

Introduced in Spring 1995, the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Digest was published through Spring 1997, after which its title changed to the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal. In Spring, 2000 it became the Washington and Lee Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal, and the Fall of 2005 saw the inauguration of the current title, the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice.

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Washington and Lee Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment

The JECE includes articles, notes, case and legislative comments from professors, practitioners, and student staff writers focused primarily on the areas of law surrounding energy, climate, and the environment including, but not limited to, energy generation, energy usage, and climate impacts.

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Washington and Lee Law Review

Founded in 1938, the Washington and Lee Law Review publishes scholarly legal writings by judges, professors, practitioners, and student members of the Washington and Lee Law Review.

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Washington and Lee Law Review Online

The Online Edition is a new online complement to the Washington and Lee Law Review’s print edition. Established in 2014, the Online Edition allows authors to publish commentary on the latest legal issues in real time. The goal of the Online Edition is to foster discussion within the legal community on the most relevant trends in legal scholarship. It provides a platform from which scholars, practitioners, and others can share their research and ideas with the legal community in a timely and focused manner. In addition, the Online Edition provides authors with valuable publication tools. The Online Edition is committed to helping authors achieve high exposure for their work and connecting legal scholars to encourage academic dialogue.

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Washington University Global Studies Law Review

Welcome to the internet home of Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Building on Washington University's distinguished reputation, Global Studies presents outstanding articles, book reviews, essays, and notes from prestigious academics, practitioners and prominent students to expand the global community's knowledge and understanding of real-world issues. Global Studies Law Review publishes quarterly.

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Washington University Journal of Law & Policy

The Journal of Law and Policy is committed to generating a symposium-based publication that brings together communities of scholars, through a mutual and collaborative student and faculty process, emphasizing existing and emerging visions of the law in relation to interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives, the implications of technology, and the consequences of economic globalization for the purpose of influencing law and social policy. In furtherance of this mission, the Journal of Law and Policy, unlike most law reviews, centers each volume around a pertinent theme or issue. The articles therein are authored by professors of law, legal practitioners, judges, and distinguished scholars from a variety of academic disciplines.

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Washington University Jurisprudence Review

Washington University Jurisprudence Review is the only student-edited, in-print journal of jurisprudence in the United States. The Jurisprudence Review promotes academic discussion and scholarship at the nexus of law and legal theory by publishing two issues per year with works that contribute to analytic, normative, and comparative jurisprudence from scholars both within and without the legal academy. We also seek to enrich the law school experience by fostering critical analysis of the suppositions and theories that underpin the law school curriculum.

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Washington University Law Review

Welcome to the Washington University Law Review full-text Archive. This Archive, with full text of all articles published from 1915 to the present, will continue to be available from this site.

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Western New England Law Review

The Western New England Law Review, established in 1978, is published by students at Western New England University School of Law. The Board of Editors and Junior Staff consist of students who are selected based on academic performance, or on their performance in a write-on competition. Each issue of the Law Review typically consists of essays and articles, written by legal scholars and practitioners, and student “notes,” written by Law Review members during their first year on the Law Review. The Law Review gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the School of Law and the advice and assistance of its Faculty.

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Western State Law Review

Welcome to Western State Law Review's Digital Commons

The Western State Law Review operates as a traditional, student-edited law review at Western State College of Law, and is a member of the National Conference of Law Reviews. The Western State Law Review publishes articles focused on California law and Federal law that directly impacts the state of California and specifically the local southern California legal community. The Western State Law Review Journal is published twice each year and is also available online via LexisNexis, Westlaw, HeinOnline, and Digital Commons and is indexed with the Index to Legal Periodicals and Legal Trac.

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William and Mary Review of Virginia Law

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The William and Mary Review of Virginia Law published three volumes from 1948 to 1956. In 1957 it became the William & Mary Law Review which publishes six issues annually.

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William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Since 1992, the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal has published important scholarly works on constitutional law. Published four times per year - in October, December, March, and May - BORJ is ranked the third most-cited student-edited constitutional law journal by Washington and Lee's Law Journal Rankings Survey.

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William & Mary Business Law Review

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The William & Mary Business Law Review celebrated its inaugural volume in the spring of 2010 and explores the nexus among business, law, and ethics in two issues a year.

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William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

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The William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review began in 1975 as a newsletter entitled Environmental Practice News. By 1990 the publication evolved into the William and Mary Journal of Environmental Law, and in 1995 took on its current manifestation. Publishing three times a year, ELPR focuses on current topics in environmental law and the policy implications behind the law.

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William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law

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The William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law was established in 1993 to provide a forum for scholarly debate on gender-related legal issues. Publishing three times a year, JOWL continues to present wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary perspectives on the gender issues of our time.

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William & Mary Law Review

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Since 1957, the William & Mary Law Review has published important scholarly work and has become one of the top general interest law journals in the country. Published six times per year - in October, November, December, March, April, and May - the Review has featured the work of noted scholars in all areas of the law.

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William Mitchell Law Review

The Mitchell Hamline Law Review is a student-edited journal. Founded in 1974, the Law Review publishes timely articles of regional, national and international interest for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers. Judges throughout the United States regularly cite the Law Review in their opinions. Academic journals, textbooks, and treatises frequently cite the Law Review as well. It can be found in nearly all U.S. law school libraries and online.

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Yale Human Rights and Development Journal

The Yale Human Rights and Development Journal (YHRDLJ) is an annual publication that explores the tensions and congruences between human rights, development and the law, encouraging critical and creative thinking about challenges and solutions to challenges facing people around the globe. The YHRDLJ welcomes writings that draw upon various academic disciplines and multi-disciplinary perspectives such as political science, public policy, anthropology, economics, public health, sociology and law. The YHRDLJ publishes pieces by academics, practitioners and students.

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Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

The Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics is a biannual publication of the Yale Schools of Law, Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health, and Nursing. The Journal strives to provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion on topics in health policy, health law, and biomedical ethics. It targets a broad and diverse readership of academicians, professionals, and students in medicine, law, and public health, as well as policy makers and legislators in health care.

Submissions to the Journal are peer-reviewed by our distinguished Advisory Board consisting of nationally recognized experts in a variety of health-related disciplines. More than 50 student members from Yale's graduate and professional schools edit the Journal and oversee its production.

The inaugural issue of the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics was based on a symposium that was held at the Yale Law School on February 9th and 10th, 2001.

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Yale Journal of Law and Liberation

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Yale Journal of Law & Feminism

The Yale Journal of Law & Feminism (YJLF) formed in 1987 to provide a forum for women's experiences as they have been structured, affected, controlled, discussed, and ignored by the law.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to all inclusive structures - all members vote on submissions and can participate in all aspects of journal-creation. We are a diverse group of individuals, and include members of different races/ethnicities, genders, and orientations.

We present differing feminist perspectives on a wide variety of topics. Our journal has included articles on reproductive freedom, the concerns of women of color, judicial prosecution of prostitutes, criticism of judicial deference to the military, and the feminization of poverty. We welcome exchanges with other feminist publications and seek to further the dialogue on all issues affecting women.

We publish twice a year and receive advice and guidance from our distinguished Advisory Board. YJLF is printed in recycled paper containing fifteen percent post-consumer waste.

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Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities

"Law feeds and is fed by the world around it. Fortunately, that world is at least as aptly described and understood by the humanities as by the social sciences. Hence, and also fortunately, it is impossible fully to understand law without a deep and sympathetic knowledge of the liberal arts."

-- The Honorable Guido Calabresi, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and former Dean, Yale Law School

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Yale Law & Policy Review

Founded in 1982, the Yale Law & Policy Review (YLPR) is a biannual publication of the Yale Law School dedicated to publishing legal scholarship and policy proposals by lawmakers, judges, practitioners, academics, and students.

Past YLPR contributors include Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Paul Stevens, and Clarence Thomas; Vice President Al Gore; Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and Cyrus Vance; Senators Bill Frist, Ted Kennedy, Joe Lieberman, and Arlen Specter; Ambassador John Negroponte; and Professors Richard Epstein, Harold Koh, Robert Post, and Cass Sunstein.

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