California Law Review

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California Law Review  
Calif. Law Rev.
Calif. L. Rev.
Discipline Law review
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Bimonthly
ISSN 0008-1221
JSTOR 00081221

The California Law Review is a law journal published by the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. It was established in 1912. The application process consists of an anonymous write-on competition, with grades playing no role in the consideration of membership. A personal statement is also considered.

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Past editors and contributors have included justices Roger J. Traynor (former editor-in-chief), Kathryn Werdegar (former editor-in-chief), Allen Broussard, Ninth Circuit Judge Marsha Berzon, ambassador Jeff Bleich (former editor-in-chief), former United States Solicitor General Theodore Olson, professor Christopher Schroeder (former editor-in-chief), defense attorneys Tony Serra and Michael Tigar, celebrated Los Angeles trial lawyer and author Merrill K. Albert (revising editor, 1955), and Los Angeles-based trial lawyer, philanthropist, and Queen of Angels Foundation founder Mark Anchor Albert (former associate editor).

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