Established in 1928 and formerly known as the Rocky Mountain Law Review, the University of Colorado Law Review stands as a testament to the rich legal history and tradition of both the University of Colorado and the broader Rocky Mountain region. For nearly a century, our publication has served as the vanguard of legal scholarship, offering thought-provoking, insightful, and rigorous analyses of contemporary legal issues.
Renowned for its commitment to excellence, the Colorado Law Review consistently publishes groundbreaking legal scholarship from esteemed professors and promising students from across the nation. Our rigorous peer-review process ensures that each piece we publish meets the highest standards of legal inquiry and academic integrity.
Now in its ninety-fifth volume, the Colorado Law Review takes pride in its legacy as the flagship academic journal of the University of Colorado Law School. Our enduring commitment to fostering dialogue, promoting innovation, and enhancing the depth of understanding in the legal community makes us a cornerstone in the world of legal academia. We invite you to explore our archives, engage with our current publications, and become a part of our storied tradition.
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