The Touro Law Review is a journal dedicated to the advancement of legal scholarship. Each issue addresses topics of practical and academic importance, containing articles authored by judges, law professors, attorneys, and students. The Review uses a rigorous and competitive process to select articles submitted for publication. Once selected for publication, each article undergoes an extensive editorial process designed to perfect its accuracy and clarity. Student editors and authors collaborate to contribute a reliable source of law to the legal community.
Current Issue: Volume 33, Number 2 (2017)
Perspectives from an Associate Dean: Past, Present, and Future Roles of Law Reviews
Finding Purpose: Perspective from a "Non-Elite" Journal
Jonathan F. Will
"Facts Are Stubborn Things": Protecting Due Process from Virulent Publicity
Benjamin Brafman and Darren Stakey