Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives
Georgetown J Law Mod Crit Race Perspect
The Georgetown Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives is Georgetown’s newest law journal and one of the few law journals in the country dedicated to legal scholarship on race and identity. We were founded in 2007 by an extraordinarily driven group of students who were inspired by their experiences with critical race theorists here at Georgetown and who saw the establishment of a race and identity law journal as a meaningful kind of activism. Our first issue will be published this summer; going forward we will produce two issues per year. MCRP exists to provide both a forum for scholarship by academics, students and practitioners who are committed to racial justice and to provide a rigorous editorial experience for students who have the same goal. In our first year, our staff included students of all racial, ethnic, religious, and geographic backgrounds and we hope to maintain this crucial diversity. Because we have grown directly out of personal passion, we have many unique qualities that distinguish us from other journals.
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