Welcome to CornellLawReview.org

Welcome to CornellLawReview.org, the new online home of the Cornell Law Review.  In the spirit of its mission as a student-run journal, the Law Review is launching this site to provide greater access to its top-notch legal scholarship and more publishing opportunities for legal academics.  The website will host all of the content that the Law Review publishes in print and will provide a full archive of past Cornell Law Review articles.  Additionally, the site will be the exclusive home of the Law Review’s new online companion publication, Cornell Law Review Online.


Cornell Law Review Online provides a complementary forum to the current print journal.  This new online-only publication will provide the Law Review the opportunity to publish pieces such as responses to print articles, shorter essays and articles, and timely original scholarship.  The site will feature expedited review and production schedules that will allow the Law Review to publish pieces within eight weeks of the date they are submitted.


The web site is also the premiere location to find the latest Law Review news, including updates on submissions, symposia, membership, and alumni relations.  We hope that you will visit frequently to find out more about our most recent issues, events, and publication opportunities.


This site would not be possible without the tireless work of many Cornell Law Review members and Cornell Law School staff.  Specifically, the Law Review would like to thank Vice Dean Holden-Smith and Associate Dean Robinson for their support in green-lighting this project, Sue Pado for her amazing administrative support throughout the development process, our website developer Stereo Interactive, and all the other members of the Cornell Law School administration and staff who made this site possible.  The Cornell Law Review would also like to acknowledge 2012-2013 Editor-in-Chief Steven J. Madrid, 2012-2013 Web Development Editor Matthew J. Oster and the members of the 2012-2013 Website Committee, J. Daniel Bakey, Judah A. Druck, Thomas Schultz, and Jennifer M. Uren, for all of their efforts in building this new site.


We hope you enjoy CornellLawReview.org.

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