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East Asia Law Review (University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review)
The East Asia Law Review is committed to addressing current legal developments in East Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region.
In 2015, East Asia Law Review changed its title to the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review.
JCL Online (University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law)
JCL Online is part of the Journal’s larger strategic vision of fostering academic discourse on cutting-edge issues in constitutional law. Volume 14 established JCL Online, originally called Heightened Scrutiny, as the Journal’s online supplement, and Volume 15 was the first edition to be formally published as a companion to our print edition.
Essays published on JCL Online in Volume 16 or earlier may be cited as U. Pa. J. Const. L. Height. Scrutiny. Thereafter, cite to U. Pa. J. Const. L. Online.
Journal of Law and Public Affairs (Penn Law Journals)
The Journal of Law & Public Affairs is an independent journal, produced by students at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, that aims to publish thought-provoking articles on contemporary federal, state, and local policies. The Journal is non-partisan and designed to serve as a research tool for policymakers, practitioners, judges, students, and all interested readers.
Penn Law Journal (Alumni Publications)The Penn Law Journal and its predecessor titles date back to 1965. Below you will find almost the entire back run in fully searchable form.
University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review is committed to addressing legal developments in Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region. To further this end, we publish and distribute a leading journal and host a variety of events at Penn Law. The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review continues the East Asia Law Review.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law is an expansion of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business and Employment Law, which has published cutting-edge business and employment scholarship for more than a decade.
Founded in 1997, the Journal publishes articles and comments on a broad range of business law topics including corporate governance, securities regulation, capital market regulation, employment law and the law of mergers and acquisitions.
The Journal of Business Law is published in four standard issues each year. Please address all correspondence related to the Journal to the attention of the Managing Editor.
Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jbl/
Journal of Business Law
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Philadelphia, PA 19104-6204
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University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law provides a forum for the interdisciplinary study of and rigorous analysis of constitutional law. To that end, The Journal cultivates innovative scholarship, promotes critical perspectives, and reinvents the traditional study of constitutional law.
To encourage dialogue about the Constitution within and between diverse communities, The Journal hosts an annual symposium and publishes via both print and electronic media.
From this site you can read our current issue, browse back issues, and access our online companion, Journal of Constitutional Law Online.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (Penn Law Journals)
First printed in 1978 as the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, the Journal of International Law (JIL) is the oldest topically focused journal at Penn Law and widely recognized as one of the top international law journals in the world.
JIL publishes scholarship on diverse issues ranging from international economic law to international human rights and environmental regulation. The Journal continues to work with preeminent authors on articles regarding private international transactions, international governmental regulation, and empirical research on the effects of international law on world economies. One issue per year is devoted to scholarship arising from the annual JIL Symposium.Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jil/ or email us.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Social Change (JLASC) is a progressive, student-run journal and seminar that espouses an interdisciplinary scholarly approach to challenge social injustice. JLASC is unique among Penn Law Journals both in our mission and process. All journal members participate in journal decision-making by collectively reviewing, selecting and editing each piece of scholarship.Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jlasc/ or email us.
University of Pennsylvania Law Review (Penn Law Journals)
The Law Review has both a professional and an educational mission. It serves the legal profession, the bench, the bar, and the academy by providing a forum for the publication of original legal research of the highest quality. We accept and scrutinize approximately 2,000 written submissions annually to select approximately twelve articles in each volume.
University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online (University of Pennsylvania Law Review)
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, formerly known as PENNumbra, is pleased to host debates between respected scholars on current controversies, responses to scholarly articles published by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, short essays, and case notes written by current editors of the Law Review.