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The DePaul Law Review is a scholarly journal published four times a year by students at DePaul University College of Law. Established in 1951, the DePaul Law Review serves as a forum for practitioners, judges, professors, and law students to discuss and analyze important topics in the law. Throughout the years, the members of the DePaul Law Review have remained committed to fostering pure and intellectual research.
The DePaul Business & Commercial Law Journal is published quarterly under the direction of a student board of editors. The journal includes notes and comments on current issues in business and commercial law. Students who have completed their first year of law school are selected based on a write-on competition.
The International Human Rights Law Journal (IHRLJ) was established at DePaul College of Law in May 2014. The IHRLJ aims to publish timely articles relating to international human rights law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, post conflict justice and international development.
The DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law (JATIP), formerly known as the DePaul Journal of Art & Entertainment Law, is a student-edited national law journal established by the DePaul University College of Law in 1991. Published biannually, JATIP reviews developing legal and policy issues in the fields of art, technology and intellectual property law. JATIP also hosts an annual symposium on emerging issues in the field.
The DePaul Journal of Health Care Law is a student-run publication that provides scholarly comment on cases and other developments in the health law field. The College of Law's Health Law Institute provides faculty oversight. JD students who have completed their first year of law school and LLM students are eligible.
The Journal for Social Justice promotes the discussion of social justice policy issues, encourages submissions of interdisciplinary work, and accepts work with a nonconventional presentation. The discussions involve legal professionals, including community-based leaders, academics and students. Though the journal uses a traditional law review framework, it also explores alternative types of publication and expands content options to broaden access and better engage readers.
The problems that affect sports are the same ones that affect people in their everyday lives, from labor agreements to discrimination. The DePaul Journal of Sports Law is a student-produced journal that explores these critical issues with articles written by professionals and students. The journal also organizes and presents an annual symposium that addresses the most pertinent issues facing sports.