Florida State University Law Review

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Florida State University Law Review  
Discipline Law review
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
1970–present
Publisher
Frequency Quarterly
Yes
Standard abbreviations
Fla. St. U. L. Rev.
Fla. State Univ. Law Rev.
Indexing
ISSN 0096-3070
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The Florida State University Law Review is the flagship law review at the Florida State University College of Law. It publishes four issues per year and is generally recognized among the top 100 student-edited law reviews in the United States.[1]

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The Florida State University Law Review publishes four issues per year, with each issue containing a collection of articles, essays, and student-written notes. The pieces are authored by academics, judges, clerks, attorneys, and current students of the College of Law. The journal has published articles by Supreme Court justices John Paul Stevens (Volume 13) and William Rehnquist (Volume 14). Additionally, the journal has published articles by prominent academics, including Marvin Chirelstein, Melvin A. Eisenberg, Donald J. Weidner, Richard Posner, Eric Posner, and Mark Seidenfeld. The journal is staffed and edited by second- and third-year students of the Florida State University College of Law.

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