University of Louisville Law Review
The University of Louisville Law Review is a scholarly publication devoted to developing the law, evaluating legal institutions and analyzing issues of law and public policy. The journal features student comments, case notes and articles written by nationally and internationally recognized experts.
The student staff of the journal publishes three issues per year and has editorial control over its content. Student staff members gain valuable writing experience as well as recognition in the legal community. They also receive academic credit for their participation.
Journal of Law & Education
The Journal of Law & Education is published jointly by the Brandeis School of Law and the law school at the University of South Carolina. This national publication is dedicated to reviewing and reporting on cases and legislation that impact the rights and responsibilities of students, faculty and administrators at educational institutions.
Journal of Animal & Environmental Law
The Journal of Animal and Environmental Law (JAEL) started in 2009 as an interdisciplinary journal focusing on the increased interest and support of both animal and environmental law at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. JAEL‘s goal is to become an essential resource for judges, lawyers, teachers, and school administrators on matters relating to animal and environmental law.
Student Life Information Session: Handout from 2/24/14 Journal Info Session