Pace Law Review

Law Reviews

Pace Law Review, edited by students at Pace University School of Law, is devoted to the study and publication of scholarly materials of professional legal interest. Each issue contains articles by professors, practitioners, and judges, as well as student notes and comments, on specific issues in law, recent decisions, and current legislation.

Participation in law reviews is an important component of your legal education. Many law reviews are operated and edited entirely by students. Student participation is highly encouraged because it aids in the development of essential legal writing skills.

All three law reviews are in the journal format in the Digital Commons. The articles are searchable by author, title, and keyword, and are arranged by volume and issue. The display for each article includes the Bluebook citation. On the right-hand side of the screen is a pull-down menu listing each issue.

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