The Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review is a practitioner-focused publication. Our content includes articles, comments, and notes addressing regulatory, securities, corporate, tax, intellectual property, and other legal issues involved with private equity and venture capital.
The Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law (MJEAL) is the University of Michigan Law School’s newest legal journal.
The journal publishes articles, student notes, comments, essays, and online blog posts on all aspects of environmental and administrative law.
Michigan Journal of Gender and Law (Journals)
The central mission of the Michigan Journal of Gender and Law is to create a feminist legal publication that will help expand and develop legal discourse beyond traditional boundaries. The Journal, which was founded in 1992, is dedicated to providing a forum for exploring how gender issues (and related issues of race, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, and culture) impact law and society. The Journal seeks to compare, contrast, and combine theoretical and practical perspectives on gender issues in order to provide a bridge between theory and practice. To achieve these purposes, the Journal publishes the views of legal scholars, social scientists, practitioners, students and others. The Journal is committed to representing a broad range of perspectives, however unconventional or unpopular they may be. We welcome the submissions and responses of our readers.
Michigan Journal of International Law (Journals)
First published as the Michigan Yearbook of International Legal Studies, the Michigan Journal of International Law is now one of the premiere international legal journals in the world. We publish four times a year with the help of our Editorial Board, Contributing Editors, and Associate Editors. We are lucky to benefit from Michigan’s excellent international law faculty and enjoy bringing cutting edge international legal scholarship to our campus and beyond.
Michigan Journal of Race and Law (Journals)
The Michigan Journal of Race & Law is a legal journal that serves as a forum for the exploration of issues relating to race and law. To that end, MJR&L publishes articles, notes, and essays on the cutting edge of civil rights scholarship from a wide variety of scholarly perspectives. MJR&L’s diversity is reflected by the authors with whom we collaborate, ranging from scholars and students to practitioners and social scientists. In addition to having been recognized as one of the leading civil rights journals in the country, MJR&L has also been consistently ranked among the top 25 specialty journals overall.
Michigan Law Review (Michigan Law Review)
The Michigan Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship. Eight issues are published annually. Seven of each volume's eight issues ordinarily are composed of two major parts: Articles by legal scholars and practitioners, and Notes written by the student editors. One issue in each volume is devoted to book reviews.
First Impressions, the online companion to the Michigan Law Review, publishes op-ed length articles by academics, judges, and practitioners on current legal issues. This extension of the printed journal facilitates quick dissemination of the legal community’s initial impressions of important judicial decisions, legislative developments, and timely legal policy issues.
Michigan Law Review First Impressions (Michigan Law Review)
First Impressions, the online companion to the Michigan Law Review, publishes op-ed style articles by academics, judges, practitioners, and law students. The extension of the Law Review’s printed pages facilitates quick dissemination of the legal community’s initial impressions of important judicial decisions, legislative developments, and timely legal policy issues.
Michigan Law Review Online publishes short articles and op-ed style pieces by academics, judges, practitioners, and law students, as well as timely responses to print articles. The extension of the Law Review's print pages quickly disseminates the legal community's initial impressions of important judicial decisions and legislative developments.
Michigan Law Review Online replaced Michigan Law Review First Impressions as the online companion in the fall of 2016.
Founded in 1994, the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review (MTTLR) is one of the nation's first online, student-published law journals. MTTLR promotes informed discourse about legal issues arising from emerging technologies from a wide variety of fields. Because every substantive area of the law may involve a “technological hook,” MTTLR has a uniquely broad scope. Past articles, essays, and notes have examined topics in antitrust law, competition policy, administrative law, biotechnology and the law, computer and Internet law, constitutional law (including privacy rights, property rights, freedom of expression, and criminal procedure), criminal law, genetics and the law, international law, law and economics, patent law, copyright law, trademark law, and media and entertainment law. The limitless integration of technology and law gives MTTLR authors the flexibility to cover a vast array of legal topics and to make their mark in many emerging areas of law.
Moreover, MTTLR is committed to using interactive media to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the legal, social, public policy, and business challenges presented by diverse emerging technologies. Our publications are available electronically on the Digital Commons, Westlaw, and LexisNexis. Hard copies are also available to subscribers.
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform (University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform)
The Michigan Journal of Law Reform is one of the oldest and most well respected law and policy publications in the nation. It publishes cutting-edge legal scholarship by both academics and legal practitioners. Established in 1968, the Journal finds its roots in a desire to propose constructive, well-reasoned reforms in all areas of the law.
In the Journal’s inaugural issue, Professor Francis Allen summarized the publication’s purpose in the following way: “In short, it seeks to promote the improvement of law and its administration in all areas in which needs are disclosed and in which useful proposals can be advanced.” True to these words, the Journal’s Editorial Board has consistently sought out and published articles on a diverse range of legal issues, eschewing the narrow focus of many legal publications.
The Journal also regularly sponsors symposia. These multi-day events provide an in-depth examination of one area of law in need of reform, with presentations by some of the most prominent and compelling scholars and practitioners in that field. The ideas presented at these symposia are then consolidated and published in article form in the Journal’s Summer Issue. Previously, symposia have focused on such varied topics as jury reform, products liability law, and school finance revitalization of American cities.
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Caveat (University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform)
The University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform is one of the oldest and most well respected law and policy publications in the nation. Caveat represents a modern continuation of JLR's tradition of excellence. Caveat articles are published as a complement to JLR's print publication. This online platform gives authors the opportunity to effectively utilize visual aids, link to online sources, and reach a wider audience of students, practitioners, and other professors.