City University of New York Law Review

The City University of New York Law Review is a student-run publication devoted to producing public interest scholarship, engaging with the public interest bar, and fostering student excellence in writing, legal analysis, and research.

Unlike the law review organizations at other law schools, membership in the law review is open to all students in good academic standing and selections are made on the basis of student writing, editing abilities, and personal statements with special attention to achieving a diverse staff which reflects the student body.

Recent issues include a Symposium issue on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a special issue devoted to student scholarship, a special volume on Elder Law featuring winning articles from the ABA Law and Aging Student Competition, and a forthcoming Symposium issue on the work of Ruthann Robson. Additionally, forthcoming issues include a Public Practice Interest section featuring shorter articles focusing on issues facing progressive attorneys.

The City University of New York Law Review is published twice-yearly, in Winter and Summer. The Law Review is sold per issue. Each issue is $40 for libraries, law firms, and other institutions; $30 for individuals; $15 for students from other law schools; and $5 for CUNY Law School students. Sponsorship opportunities from $100- $500 per issue are also available.

To order copies please contact us by email at cunylr@law.cuny.edu

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2013 - 2014 Editorial Board

TATENDA ALOY MUSEWE
Editor-in-Chief

JENNY HURWITZ
PATRICIA LLANOS
ARIANA MARMORA
ETHAN MIDDLEBROOKS
Executive Articles Editors

LINDSAY COWEN
KEITH SZCZEPANSKI
Notes & Comments Editors

ALLISON FINN REDDY
Digital Articles Editor

 

Staff Members

To be announced.

YEKATERINA DESYATNIKOVA
CAITLIN PARTON
Managing Editors

CRISTIAN FARIAS
Managing Articles Editor

LIZ SPROTZER
MARISA IMAZU
Public Interest Practice Section Editors

CELINA CABAN
SHELBY SULLIVAN-BENNIS
Special Events Editors

 

 

The CUNY Law Review with Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman.