New York University Journal of Law & Liberty
The Journal of Law & Liberty is the first student-edited law journal dedicated to the critical exploration of classical liberal ideas. We are dedicated to providing a forum for the debate of issues related to human freedom from both theoretical and practical standpoints. Our focus includes the nature of rules and order, theories of rights and liberty, legal history, jurisprudence, constitutional law, historical and contemporary legislation, and more. We seek scholarship from philosophers, jurisprudes, economists, and historians, as well as from lawyers. As a result, our staff editors are confronted with a wide range of issues and an even wider range of approaches. This breadth, coupled with the diversity of viewpoints among members of the journal, fosters a spirit of debate among journal members that we actively encourage.
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