Connecticut Law Review
The Connecticut Law Review is a law review produced by University of Connecticut School of Law students. The Review publishes approximately 1,000 pages of critical legal discussion each year and is managed entirely by a student board of editors, who solicit, edit, and publish articles and book reviews written by scholars, judges, and practicing attorneys. Nearly half of the contents of the Review is written by students.
Subscribers to the Review include law offices and law libraries throughout the country and abroad, and the Law Review is often cited in briefs, court opinions, and legal texts. Membership on the Connecticut Law Review provides many opportunities and benefits. The Review is the oldest and largest student-run organization at the University of Connecticut School of Law.
It shall be the mission of Connecticut Law Review to:
- publish at least four timely, scholarly issues while continuously improving the reputation and quality of Connecticut Law Review;
- attract an increasing number of readers while satisfying a variety of academic and professional interests;
- utilize effectively both human and technological resources throughout the production process; and
- develop and foster a welcoming, supportive, and collegial environment.
- Adopted February 17, 1997
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