UCLA Law Review
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|UCLA Law Rev.|
|Edited by||Whitney A. Brown|
UCLA School of Law (United States)
The UCLA Law Review (Bluebook abbreviation: UCLA L. Rev.) is a bimonthly law review established in 1953 and published by students of the UCLA School of Law, where it also sponsors an annual symposium.
Membership is decided based on performance on a write-on competition. The editorial board is selected from the staff. Past editors have included federal judges Paul J. Watford, Sandra Segal Ikuta, and Kim McLane Wardlaw.
The UCLA Law Review ranks 7th in the nation among all legal law journals.
- "Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking". lawlib.wlu.edu. Retrieved 2016-06-07.
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