Case Western Reserve Law Review
Case West Reserv Law Rev
The Case Western Reserve Law Review is a student edited, scholarly publication dealing with subjects of general interest in the legal profession. It is published by the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Originally founded in 1895, the Law Review was subsequently reorganized in its present form as the Western Reserve Law Review in 1949. The Law Review publishes one volume, comprised of four issues per year. In addition to the publication of general interest issues, the Law Review publishes topic-specific symposia. We invite you to view our current issue. The Law Review employs students to select submissions for publication, edit, verify, and check citations of selected manuscripts. As an academic institution, the Law Review is designed to train students as tomorrow's lawyers, judges and academics.
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