Loyola Law Review was first established in 1920 as the Loyola Law Journal, the Loyola Law Review is a Loyola University New Orleans College of Law student-run journal that publishes legal scholarship.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
The Loyola Law Review is currently accepting submissions for both the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 issues of Volume 68 on Scholastica. In addition, submissions for the print edition or for consideration for publication in The Law Review Forum can submit via our submission form.
Please see our “Submissions” page for more information.
Watch the recorded livestream of the Loyola Law Review’s Climate Justice 2020 Symposium!
Please note there were some technical difficulties filming in the first hour of the symposium.
The Loyola Law Review is currently accepting submissions for The Loyola Law Review Forum from faculty and students.
Online pieces are typically short (2500-5000 words), timely, and applicable to a general audience. The Law Review accepts pieces for publication on The Forum on a rolling basis during the calendar year. All submissions should be in Microsoft Word format, and all citations should conform to standard Bluebook style. Please submit submissions via our submission form and direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and include Online Submission in the subject line.