The Law School’s seven journals provide student members an invaluable experience in substantive law as well as skills in research, analysis, and expression.
The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School’s seven journals, which provide student members an invaluable experience in substantive law as well as skills in research, analysis, and expression.
- The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is the oldest law journal in the country, and its scholarship is among the most cited of all U.S. legal journals.
- The Asian Law Review (ALR) provides a forum for scholars and students to discuss and contribute to cutting-edge legal developments and legal affairs in Asia.
- The Journal of Business Law publishes articles and comments on a broad range of business law topics, including corporate governance, securities regulation, capital market regulation, employment law, and the law of mergers and acquisitions.
- The Journal of Constitutional Law (JCL) “cultivates innovative scholarship, promotes critical perspectives, and reinvents the traditional study of constitutional law” and is among country’s most cited and impactful legal journals.
- The Journal of International Law (JIL) is widely recognized as one of the top international law journals in the world and is the oldest of all the topically focused journals at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School.
- The Journal of Law and Public Affairs (JLPA) provides a forum for policymakers, practitioners, judges, professors, and students to delve deeply into pressing law and policy issues
- The Journal of Law and Social Change (JLASC) embraces theory and practice, featuring interdisciplinary scholarship that has practical implications both within and beyond the legal community.
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