Savannah Law Review
Savannah Law Review is a scholarly law review journal focusing on current legal issues.
Savannah Law Review is inclusive and ambitious in its scholarship. The journal contributes to a robust plural dialogue by publishing well-researched, provocative works that draw the legal tradition forward, answer vexing questions, and propose novel theories. Members dedicate their valuable time and talents in the service of an organization that is both timely and relevant.
Savannah Law Review conforms all citations to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. For grammatical and style issues not addressed by The Bluebook, the Chicago Manual of Style controls.
Savannah Law Review’s publication is set in Equity font, a typeface by Matthew Butterick. The journal is printed by Western Publishing, 537 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Cite to Savannah Law Review as Savannah L. Rev. 
Using a competitive process that takes into account grades and performance on a writing exercise, the Savannah Law Review offers membership to student legal scholars at Savannah Law School.
Each year, the Savannah Law Review holds a colloquium at Savannah Law School which focuses on pressing legal issues. The colloquium consists of a keynote address by a leader in the field, and panels discussing new aspects of symposium's topic. These include:
- "Savannah Law Review – About". Savannah Law Review – About. Savannah Law Review. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- "Savannah Law Review – Masthead". Savannah Law Review – Masthead. Savannah Law Review. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
- Savannah Law School Student Handbook (8/12/2015 ed.). Section 703 (a): Savannah Law School. p. 43.
- "Savannah Law Review Symposium CFP: "The Walking Dead"". Savannah Law Review Symposium CFP: "The Walking Dead". The Faculty Lounge. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- "Re-Integrating Spaces at Savannah Law School". Re-Integrating Spaces at Savannah Law School. The Faculty Lounge. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
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