The University of Colorado Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship managed and edited by students and published four times a year. The student members of the Law Review conduct independent legal research, prepare notes and comments for publication, edit the works of their fellow students, as well as articles submitted by faculty members and other distinguished legal scholars.

New members are selected by the student Board of Editors based in part on class standing and the quality of student essays submitted in a writing competition. Students may receive academic credit for work on the Law Review that meets prescribed standards set by a faculty advisory committee. 

For more information, email the Law Review.

Rocky Mountain Lecture Series

Every year, the University of Colorado Law Review invites an author from the current volume to present his or her article to Law Review members, alumni, and the public at large.

Please see our Upcoming Events page for more details.

Law Review Leads to Legal Jobs, Recruiters Say

“For the most part, law review staffs represent the most highly sought combination of the brightest and most hard working students,” says Jason Stern, an attorney who runs his own firm in New York City and specializes in employment litigation and criminal defense.

Read the entire article here.