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Admiralty Practicum (Journals)

The Admiralty Practicum is a publication of the Law School’s Joseph A. Calamari Admiralty Law Society, which was founded in 1975 to inform students about the field of admiralty law and to help them network with alumni who practice in the field. Published twice a year and distributed to prominent admiralty practitioners in New York, the journal highlights landmark cases and major changes in admiralty and maritime law.

Journal of Catholic Legal Studies (Journals)

The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, formerly The Catholic Lawyer, is published by the staff and editorial board of the St. John's Law Review and focuses on legal scholarship with ethical, moral, canonical, or theological implications. It is primarily comprised of outside articles solicited by, and submitted to, the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, but student contributions are also welcome. The members and editors of the Law Review diligently verify sources, check citations, proofread, and critically analyze all works set for publication. The Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review has primary responsibility for the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, including overseeing the editorial process and preparing manuscripts for publication. (The Catholic Lawyer Vol. 1-43, Journal of Catholic legal studies Vol. 44- Current).

Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development (Journals)

The Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development was first published in 1985 as the St. John’s Journal of Legal Commentary by a group of law review students who wanted the opportunity to publish student scholarship. In 2007 the Journal became the official publication of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development. The Journal changed its name to reflect its new partnership in 2009. Today, the Journal provides lawyers and non-lawyers analysis and insight on various areas of racial, social and economic justice. The Journal solicits articles from distinguished members of the legal community to provide a forum in which scholars can express their analyses, ruminations, and opinions on contemporary and historical topics to a wide-ranging audience.

Journal of International and Comparative Law (Journals)

St. John’s Journal of International and Comparative Law (JICL) is a student-edited online journal featuring scholarly articles and student notes and comments on emergent issues of international and comparative law. Published biannually, JICL offers a dynamic forum where members of the academy, the bar and the judiciary, as well as Journal members, publish articles and essays of timely concern on nearly any legal issue that touches on international, comparative or transnational topics. Members have the opportunity to work under the guidance of the Journal's faculty advisors and editors to produce a work of publishable quality for consideration by JICL and the New York International Law Review.

St. John's Law Review (Journals)

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 Catholic Lawyer (Journals)

The Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, formerly The Catholic Lawyer, is published by the staff and editorial board of the St. John's Law Review and focuses on legal scholarship with ethical, moral, canonical, or theological implications. It is primarily comprised of outside articles solicited by, and submitted to, the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, but student contributions are also welcome. The members and editors of the Law Review diligently verify sources, check citations, proofread, and critically analyze all works set for publication. The Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review has primary responsibility for the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, including overseeing the editorial process and preparing manuscripts for publication.