In this post we're highlighting some of the features law review authors love the most, so if you aren't yet familiar with them you can start reaping the benefits!
Learn how and why Denver Law Review encourages scholarship by non-tenured legal scholars.
Our top 3 recommendations for having a great conference experience in sunny Jacksonville.
Dylan Rettig, Editor-in-Chief of Florida Coastal Law Review, shares how his team has been preparing to host the annual National Conference of Law Reviews.
Despite the ever-expanding nexuses between science, technology, and the law, Paul Enríquez notes that there are large gaps present between the law and outside disciplines.
How does participation in local elections affect Americans on a national scale? Can local voting rights trickle up to state and government elections? Joshua Douglas addresses these questions in a recent article.
The best way to help new editors get on track fast is to make a law review training plan. In this blog post we share steps you can take to start preparing a plan for your law review board transition.
Thanks to all who participated in the #LawRevHaiku Twitter contest! Here's a recap of the top three winners and other tweets that were entered.
Now through September 25, 2016 Scholastica is running a Twitter contest for the best law review haiku. Tweet a relevant haiku with the hashtag #LawRevHaiku for the chance to win.
Louisiana Law Review's podcast The Legal Ease gives law students and legal scholars a new way to consume the latest legal information.