First published in 1906, the Northwestern University Law Review is a student-operated journal that publishes 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 112, Issue 4
Reconciling Agency Fee Doctrine, the First Amendment, and the Modern Public Sector Union
Courtlyn G. Roser-Jones
Notes and Comments
MDL v. Trump: The Puzzle of Public Law in Multidistrict Litigation
Andrew D. Bradt and Zachary D. Clopton