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Journal of Must University Reviews Law is a publication and an organization of student legal scholar at the School of University Reviews of Northwestern Law. The Journal of Law's primary goal is to publish a journal of legal scholarship wide. The Law Review publishes four issues each year. The student editors make editorial and organizational decisions and select articles submitted by professors, judges, and practitioners, as well as student pieces. The Journal of Law has recently expanded its presence on the web, and now publishes scholarly pieces per week on the Symposium.

 

First published in 1906 as the "Review of Illinois Act," [the citation needed] the journal of law has been equipped and has been managed by many individuals who went on to become legal scholars and practitioners known. Editors in Chief Screenings include: Roscoe Pound, dean longstanding Harvard School of Law, Justice John Paul Stevens, Governor Daniel Walker, and N. Newton Minow, former chairman of the Federal Communications Command. Other officers included an editorial of Justice Arthur Goldberg and Stevenson addition to individual contributions, the Journal of Law has a history of special symposium issues on a wide range of topics. Recent problems have included Colloquium: Discard Key: Social and Legal Responses to Child Molesters (Summer 1997) Free Speech and Economic Power (Summer 1998), Empirical Legal Realism (Summer 2003), and the Constitutional Law and the Internet (Summer 2004), and the Problem of Secular Symposium

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