Georgia State University Law Review

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Georgia State University Law Review  
Discipline Legal studies
Language English
Edited by Max Jones
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency 4/year
Standard abbreviations
Ga. St. U. L. Rev.
Ga. State Univ. Law Rev.
ISSN 8755-6847

The Georgia State University Law Review is a law journal edited and published by students at Georgia State University College of Law.[1]


In 2013, ExpressO ranked the Law Review 83rd among the 100 Most Popular General Student Law Reviews, based upon submissions.[2] In 2014, ExpressO's ranking for the Law Review increased to 47th, and then in 2015 the ranking increased again to 33rd.[3][4]

The Membership Selection Process[edit]

Two factors go into the determining which students receive invitations to join the Law Review. First, the journal considers the academic rank of the students. The full-time rising 2L class and part-time rising 3L class are ranked together in the summer after completing the first year full time curriculum. Second, students may choose to participate in the summer writing competition held by the Law Review.[5]

The top 10 students in academic class rank receive an automatic invitation to join Law Review.[5] Next, the top 10 written submissions receive an invitation.[5] Finally, a composite score weighing the class rank and written submission equally is generated and the top 10-20 scores receive an invitation.[5]

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