Rutgers University Law Review

Rutgers University Law Review is an American law review created in 2015 from the merger of Rutgers Law Review and Rutgers Law Journal. It is edited and published by students at Rutgers Law School.

Rutgers University Law Review  
LanguageEnglish
Edited byAlaina Billingham, Julie A. Minicozzi
Publication details
History2015 to present
Publisher
Rutgers University School of Law (USA)
Frequency5 issues/year
Standard abbreviations
BluebookRutgers U. L. Rev.
ISO 4Rutgers Univ. Law Rev.
Indexing
ISSN2374-3859
LCCN2014202668
OCLC no.887242446
Links

HistoryEdit

In 2015 Rutgers School of Law–Newark and Rutgers School of Law–Camden announced a merger into a single law school with two campuses.[1] Many of the existing specialty law journals on each campus would be retained after the merger, but it was decided to combine the two general law reviews into a single journal.

The combined journal commenced operations in 2015, over a year before the formal merger of the law schools.[2] The new Rutgers University Law Review retained the volume numbering from Rutgers Law Review, making the inaugural 2015 volume #67.[3] The 2015 volume published six issues, three on each campus, but subsequent volumes are published five issues per year.[4]

Individual elements from the predecessor journals have been retained. For example, an annual issue on State Constitutional Law remains following in the tradition of the Journal, and an annual Symposium issue is published in the tradition of the original Review.[4] The Law Review has two Editor-in-Chief positions, each representing one of the two campuses.[5]

Prominent alumniEdit

Because of the combined nature of the Rutgers University Law Review, prominent alumni from both preceding journals are included.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "American Bar Association Approves Merger Creating Rutgers Law School". Rutgers Today. July 15, 2015.
  2. ^ Heyboer, Kelly (2017-03-14). "Rutgers makes unusual leap up law school ranking after merger". NJ.com.
  3. ^ "Rutgers University Law Review". HeinOnline.
  4. ^ a b "History". Rutgers University Law Review.
  5. ^ "Current Masthead". Rutgers University Law Review.