The Liberty University Law Review is a student-edited, scholarly legal journal published by Liberty University School of Law. Students become members by invitation only based upon each student’s demonstration of advanced academic and writing ability and other criteria set forth in the Liberty University Law Review Constitution.
The Law Review grants students opportunities to develop analytical, research, and writing skills through their writing of notes and comments; to deepen their understanding of discrete areas of law through their research and writing; to participate in the leadership and management of the organization; and to edit and publish scholarly writings such as articles, essays, and lectures by members of the legal profession and academy, and student-written pieces by members of the Law Review. The members of the Law Review perform their writing, editorial, and management work under the guidance of the law faculty.
The Law Review publishes three issues during each academic year.
The Liberty University Law Review strives to cultivate a forum of intellectually rigorous thought and debate regarding contemporary legal issues, gleaning insight from the Western legal tradition and remaining faithful to the Christian worldview. Through its publication, the Law Review endeavors to further the mission of Liberty University School of Law, as well as to bring honor to the God of all truth. Soli Deo Gloria.
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