Dartmouth Law Journal
|Edited by||Emma Marsano, Danny Li, Anmol Ghavri|
|2003 to present. Dartmouth College Undergraduate Journal of Law 2003-2005 OCLC 61238869, Dartmouth Law Journal 2005-present OCLC 122345200|
Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences (United States)
|License||Subscription: $32.00 per year.|
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The Dartmouth Law Journal, formerly the Dartmouth College Undergraduate Journal of Law, is a student-run legal journal founded in 2003. The print journal accepts articles from lawyers, law students, judges and legal academics, and is one of the nation's first law journals run entirely by undergraduates. It is edited and published by the students of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States. The Journal also publishes work by undergraduates on their online platform, DLJ Online.
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