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About the Drexel Law Review

The Drexel Law Review is a general interest journal run by students at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Published semiannually, each volume contains articles written by legal scholars and student editors.

Joining the Drexel Law Review

Students that wish to join the Drexel Law Review must earn a spot by competing in the yearly Write-On Competition. The competition usually occurs soon after the spring semester ends. The Executive Board will release specific competition information in the spring.

The competition requires that students complete a Bluebook citation test, and write a note based on a prompt and closed universe of sources. Law school grades do not factor into whether a student is offered law review membership. Rather, offers of membership are extended to students based on their performance on the note and citation test.