New England Law Review

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The New England Law Review (Bluebook abbreviation: New Eng. L. Rev.) is a law review that was established in 1965 as the Portia Law Journal. It obtained its current name when Portia Law School changed its name to New England School of Law in 1969. It is run by students and currently publishes four issues annually. The review also conducts Fall and Spring symposiums. The current editor-in-chief is Michael Martucci.

On Remand[edit]

On Remand was developed and launched by the members of the Volume 45 editorial board. It is an online extension of the review's print content: it features original works, unique legal commentaries, and responses to articles printed in the review.

Membership[edit]

The New England Law Review consists of approximately sixty second- and third-year law students at the New England School of Law. To become a member of the review, students completing their first-year in the top fifty percent of their class may participate in a spring write-on competition. Based on performance in this competition, approximately thirty students are invited to join the review, beginning in the Fall semester of their second year.

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