Journal of Law & Education



Journal of Law and Education

The Journal of Law and Education (JLE) is one of three highly respected law reviews at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law.  After more than a quarter of a century, the JLE continues to thrive as a leading journal in the field of education.  Subscriptions to our internationally-known journal reach over 14 countries.  The JLE is also available on the Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis databases.  Members of the JLE, attorneys, and academics write articles that span across the constitutional and civil spectrum that America’s education system reflects.  Furthermore, the JLE provides an important resource for judges, lawyers, teachers, school administrators, and education practitioners. Educators and legal professionals across the country and around the world depend upon the JLE for information.

In the spring of your first year of law school, you will have the opportunity to apply for membership to the JLE.  Candidate selection will be based solely on demonstrated writing excellence.  If selected, you will find that writing for a law review helps you develop invaluable analytical and writing skills that will follow you throughout your legal career.  Not only will JLE membership sharpen your writing and research skills, it will also demonstrate to potential employers your motivation to work hard and your commitment to academic scholarship.


We sincerely hope that you will consider joing the JLE.  Please don’t hesitate to contact the Editorial Board if you have questions.

Cassie Blausey

Damon McCormick
Supervising Editor

Kaitlyn Jones
Notes Editor

Elizabeth Richardson
Articles Editor
Kevin Coleman
Constitutional Law Editor
Drew Eckman 
Employment Law Editor
Billy Avery 
Student Loans & Litigation Editor
Hallye Bankson 
Disability & Harassment Law Editor
Chad Hardin 
Torts Law Editor