Drexel Law Review: A Student-run Journal
Student-managed reviews are a strong part of the academic experience of law school and the legal community as a whole, and the Drexel Law Review is no exception. Drexel Law Review publishes scholarly articles on current and emerging legal topics. Drexel Law Review also hosts an annual Symposium, which serves as a forum for encouraging debate and discourse on a relevant theme.
In addition to encouraging discourse and scholarship in the legal field, Drexel Law Review provides an invaluable experience to second and third year law students. Drexel Law Review members are responsible for strengthening the substance and style of articles prior to publication. Members are also required to author a note to be considered for publication.
Drexel Law Review members have the privilege of improving their research, editing, and writing, often giving them an edge in the classroom and in practice. In fact, law review membership is one of the most exclusive and well-recognized distinctions graduates can have on their resumes.
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About Drexel Law Review
Volume 1 of the Drexel Law Review was published in the Winter of 2009. We published two editions that year. The first edition was mostly comprised of articles on general topics authored by legal scholars and law professors but also included two student-authored notes. The second edition followed the theme of our first symposium. In addition to law professors and law students, we invited practitioners to author articles for publication. We have continued to dedicate one edition per volume to the theme of our Symposium.
The tradition of publishing two editions per year continued until Volume 7, which was published in three editions over the course of the 2014-2015 academic year. The newest edition is titled Drexel Law Review Online, and features the same style and content as our publications without the binding.
Submit an article for consideration in any of our four editions.