St. John's Law Review

St. John's Law Review is a student-run organization that publishes scholarly articles of legal significance across all topics. First published in 1926, the Law Review publishes four issues each year.

About the Law Review

The St. John’s Law Review is a student-run organization that publishes scholarly articles of legal significance across all topics. First published in 1926 and part of the St. Thomas Moore Institute for Legal Research since 1954, the Law Review is the organization’s flagship journal. The Law Review provides legal practitioners and scholars with commentary and analysis of recent developments in diverse areas of local, national, and international law. The Law Review publishes four issues annually, with content primarily consisting of articles from outside authors and notes and comments from Law Review members. Periodically, the Law Review features conferences, symposia, and book reviews. All content in the Law Review is proudly selected, researched, and edited by Editors and Staff Members of the St. John’s Law Review.

The Law Review also publishes two issues of The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, a scholarly journal devoted to the study of law and religion in general, and law and Catholicism in particular.

Editor in Chief
Bari Nadworny

Faculty Advisor
Robert Ruescher