First published in 1906, the Northwestern University Law Review is a student-operated journal that publishes six issues of high-quality, general legal scholarship each year. Student editors make the editorial and organizational decisions and select articles submitted by professors, judges, and practitioners, as well as student pieces.
Current Issue: Volume 114, Issue 3
Passive Voter Suppression: Campaign Mobilization and the Effective Disfranchisement of the Poor
Bertrall L. Ross II and Douglas M. Spencer
Bankruptcy's Cathedral: Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Distress
Vincent S.J. Buccola
The Transgender Military Ban: Preservation of Discrimination Through Transformation
Michele Goodwin and Erwin Chemerinsky