Woman in red Arizona Law Review t-shirt smiles outside the law school building


Law school publications contribute to legal scholarship and explore new areas of research in the theory and practice of law.

Student editorial boards work under the direction of student and faculty leadership to publish regular volumes, which can include notes or articles from scholars nationwide, jurists, and students whose writing and  research reflects professional and scholarly quality. Editorial boards are selected every spring in a competitive process with established selection criteria. 

Arizona Law’s student-run journals allow many students to gain highly valued skills, as they learn to research, write, and edit as well as manage the publication’s business operations.