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About This Journal

Founded in 1916, the Marquette Law Review is the eighth oldest student-run law journal in the country, and it continues to provide substantive contributions to the legal community. It is Marquette University's general law journal, publishing articles, essays, notes, and comments on a broad range of legal topics.

The Marquette Law Review publishes important commentary on issues of national significance. We have produced symposium issues on a variety of topics, including Dispute Resolution in Criminal Law, Restorative Justice, the Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, Mediation, and Privatization.

The approximately fifty editors and members of the Marquette Law Review thoroughly analyze each submission and publish four issues per year that are distributed throughout the United States and abroad. The Marquette Law Review is accessible in hard copy as well as online through its web site, LexisNexis, Westlaw, and HeinOnline.

The Marquette Law Review continually receives and reviews submissions from professors, judges, and practitioners. Prominent recent contributors to the Marquette Law Review include Professors Kent Greenawalt, Chris Guthrie, David Hricik, Edward J. Imwinkelried, Russell Korobkin, Gerald Magliocca, Ronald Rotunda, Mark Tushnet, W. Bradley Wendel, Dan Kahan, Tracey Meares, and many others. Student comments are also included in most issues of the Marquette Law Review.

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