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Touro Law Center's Journal of Aging, Longevity, Law & Policy is an interdisciplinary journal accepting for publication papers, articles, and essays that address a wide range of topics involving the elderly and the consequences of an aging population for the law and the legal system. It is a faculty and student-edited online journal. It seeks pieces from faculty, lawyers, judges, healthcare professionals, and students.
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.
Touro Law Center’s Journal of Experiential Learning is a vehicle for dialogue about experiential legal learning and its future as an integral part of legal education. Our Editorial Advisory Board and our Editorial Review Panel represent a cross-section of educators including representatives of The Carnegie Institute’s Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers and the Alliance for Experiential Learning. They are law school deans and faculty from across the nation who share a commitment to improving the nature and quality of education we offer our law school students, in an environment that is making it more and more difficult for students to pay for law school, for law schools to pay for the education they want to offer their students, and for entry level attorneys to obtain employment. Since this is a journal that encompasses all facets of legal education, from all stakeholders, we encourage members of the bar and the bench, as well as the academy, to contribute to future volumes.
Touro Law Center’s Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (the “Journal”) is a student-run online scholarly journal that provides a forum for legal issues related to race, gender and ethnicity. In addition to publishing scholarly articles, the Journal sponsors panel discussions that feature presentations by legal scholars, judges and practitioners. Membership on the Journal offers students an avenue to practice and refine their writing, research and editing skills. Student authored articles, along with articles submitted from a wide variety of sources, are considered for publication. Membership is open to students who meet minimum academic requirements and who successfully compete in the Journal’s writing competitions.