The Notre Dame Law Review was founded in 1925 and was known as the Notre Dame Lawyer until the name was changed in 1982. It is published five times a year by our students. It affords qualified students an invaluable opportunity for training in precise analysis of legal problems and in clear and cogent presentation of legal issues. The Law Review contains articles and lectures by eminent members of the legal profession and comments and notes by members of the staff. Entirely student edited, the Law Review has maintained a tradition of excellence, and its membership has included some of the most able judges, professors and practitioners in the country. Staff selection is based on either academic standing or demonstrated writing ability.
Current Issue: Volume 89, Issue 3 (2014)
The Unitary Executive and the Plural Judiciary: On the Potential Virtues of Decentralized Judicial Power
Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr.
The Rule of Law and the Judicial Function in the World Today
Diarmuid F. O’Scannlain
No Excuse: The Failure of the ICC’s Article 31 “Duress” Definition
Benjamin J. Risacher