One of the premier undergraduate prelaw reviews in the nation. The Review is well recognized and annually distributed to each law school across the country. The journal mirrors a typical law review found at any top-tier law program: student - run and published.
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Current Volume: Volume 31 (2017)
Supplying Justice: Unethical Practices in State Supreme Courts
Emmanuel Morga and Clint Saylor
Shaping Immigration Law Through a Business Law Model
Reevaluating the Constitutionality of Blanket Primaries
Soren J. Schmidt
The Secular Benefits of Comparative Religious Education
Wen Jie (Fred) Tan