Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy
The Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy is a student-run publication that is published twice yearly with special issues occasionally. The Journal analyzes the latest developments in law and public decision-making. It explores areas touching on a number of disciplines and attracts readers from a variety of professional interests.
The Cambridge Law Journal
The Cambridge Law Journal publishes articles on all aspects of law. Special emphasis is placed on contemporary developments, but the journal's range includes jurisprudence and legal history. An important feature of the journal is the Case and Comment section, in which members of the Cambridge Law Faculty and other distinguished contributors analyse recent judicial decisions, new legislation and current law reform proposals. The articles and case notes are designed to have the widest appeal to those interested in the law - whether as practitioners, students, teachers, judges or administrators - and to provide an opportunity for them to keep abreast of new ideas and the progress of legal reform. Each issue also contains an extensive section of book reviews.
Cornell Law Review
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 issues annually consisting of articles, essays, book reviews, and student notes.
Florida State University Law Review
The Florida State University Law Review is the flagship legal journal at Florida State Law. The members of the Florida State University Law Review publish this journal four times a year.
The Georgetown Law Journal
The Georgetown Law Journal's six annual issues serve as an important forum for the legal community. The Journal publishes articles on timely issues by professors and practitioners, produces the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, solicits reviews of recent books, coordinates symposia on important topics, and produces thoughtful student notes.
Harvard International Law Journal
The ILJ publishes articles on international, comparative, and foreign law, the role of international law in U.S. courts, and the international ramifications of U.S. domestic law. These articles are written by the most prominent scholars and practitioners in the field and have been recognized as important contributions to the development of international law. ILJ articles have been cited in decisions by the United States Supreme Court, European Court of Justice, International Court of Justice, Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, and World Trade Organization Dispute Panels.
Stanford Law & Policy Review
The Stanford Law & Policy Review is one of the most prominent policy journals in the nation. While maintaining the standards of academic legal scholarship, SLPR (pronounced "slipper") attempts to inform public discourse by publishing articles that analyze the intersection of our legal system with local, state, and federal policy. Unlike other policy journals, SLPR is ideologically neutral and solicits articles from authors who represent a diversity of political viewpoints.
The University of Chicago Law Review
The University of Chicago Law Review serves as a forum for the expression of ideas of leading professors, judges, and practitioners, as well as students, and as a training ground for University of Chicago Law School students.
Yale Law Journal
The Yale Law Journal is published eight times a year (monthly from October through June, excluding February) by The Yale Law Journal Company, Inc. The Yale Law Journal Online is the online companion to The Yale Law Journal. It replaces The Pocket Part, which was the first such companion to be published by a leading law review. YLJ Online will continue The Pocket Part's mission of augmenting the scholarship printed in The Yale Law Journal by providing original Essays, legal commentaries, responses to articles printed in the Journal, podcast and iTunes University recordings of various pieces, and other works by both established and emerging academics and practitioners.