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Law Journals

Rutgers Law School maintains a proud tradition of publishing influential legal scholarship in student-run law journals. Academic credit is available for student participation on a law journal. There also are student-led publications that do not offer academic credit, but do publish articles on law-related topics. With the exception of the Rutgers University Law Review and the Rutgers Business Law Review, which are colocated in Newark and Camden, each journal is primarily located in either Newark or Camden. However, all journals are open for membership by students in both locations. Each journal also has a faculty adviser in both locations. The nine law journals are: 

Rutgers University Law Review - both Camden and Newark
Rutgers Business Law Review - both Camden and Newark
Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal - Newark
Rutgers International Law & Human Rights Journal - Newark
Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy - Camden
Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion - Camden
Rutgers Law Record - Newark
Rutgers Race and the Law Review - Newark
Women's Rights Law Reporter - Newark

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