Fordham Law Review
Published/Hosted by Fordham University School of Law.
The Fordham Law Review is a scholarly journal serving the legal profession and the public by discussing current legal issues. Approximately 40 articles, written by students or submitted by outside authors, are published each year. Each volume comprises six books, three each semester, totaling over 2,500 pages. Managed by a board of up to eighteen student editors, the Law Review is a working journal, not merely an honor society. Nevertheless, Law Review membership is considered among the highest scholarly achievements at the Law School. The Fordham Law Review is the seventh-most cited law review in the nation according to a recent study by Washington & Lee University.
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