Seton Hall Law Review
The Seton Hall Law Review’s commitment to the advancement of the law through an informed and vigorous academic discourse has spanned four decades. Federal and state judges, prominent academics and practitioners, and more than one thousand young legal minds have contributed to the Law Review since its inception in 1967. In that time, the Seton Hall Law Review has been cited numerous times by the Supreme Court of the United States, as well as in hundreds of federal and state court cases. Building on the diligence and insight of its members and faculty advisors, the Law Review continues to grow in national prominence.
The Seton Hall Law Review is an independent, student-edited journal that publishes four issues in each volume, typically amounting to well over one thousand pages per year. It is committed to maintaining a timely publication schedule, creating positive working relationships with authors, and publishing timely, relevant, and noteworthy manuscripts.
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