The Journal of College and University Law, published by the Notre Dame Law School and the National Association of College and University Attorneys, is the only law review in the United States dedicated exclusively to the law of higher education. Since post-secondary education represents a microcosm of the greater community and world, virtually all legal issues of significant interest—race, gender, freedom of speech, religion and bioethics—arise on our campuses. The Journal has a national circulation of 3,800.

Headed by a faculty editor and a student editor, the Journal maintains a staff of 40 students who process the work of outside authors and contribute their own work for publication.

The Journal publishes three times a year.