Editor-in-Chief: Alec Smith, email@example.com
Environmental Law Journal (VELJ) - VELJ is dedicated
to providing a national forum for research and discussion
in the areas of environmental and natural resource law.
Published quarterly by Law School students,
the journal includes articles by scholars, practitioners
and environmental professionals, as well as student notes,
on a broad array of topics from environmental justice
to corporate liability. Room SL156E.
Editor-in-Chief: Sevren Gourley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Virginia Journal of Criminal Law - The Virginia Journal of Criminal Law, created in 2010, publishes scholarly articles on criminal law and procedure twice yearly. The journal also sponsors legal symposia and conferences. Room SL161.
Editor-in-Chief: Allison Thornton, email@example.com
Virginia Journal of International Law (VJIL) - As the oldest continuously published, student-edited law review in the United States devoted exclusively to the fields of public and private international law, the Virginia Journal of International Law is considered by many to be the finest and most authoritative journal of its kind. Positions on the journal's editorial board are open to all students in the Law School and in other schools of the University who successfully complete a written tryout that is conducted every spring and fall. Room WB294.
Editor-in-Chief: Christine Sun, firstname.lastname@example.org
Virginia Journal of Law & Technology (VJoLT) - UVA Law's only e-journal, VJoLT, provides a forum for students, professors and practitioners to discuss emerging issues at the intersection of law and technology. Recent issues of the journal have included articles on biotechnology, telecommunications, e-commerce, Internet privacy and encryption. Because VJoLT publishes full text articles directly to the Web, its audience is not limited by a fixed number of subscriptions; anyone with Internet access can read an article that the journal has ever published free of charge on www.vjolt.net. Room SL149.
Editor-in-Chief: Kathryn Payne, email@example.com
Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law - This journal is a student-edited law journal which publishes articles exploring the intersection of law and social policy issues. Recognizing the significance of the law and legal institutions on social conditions, the journal provides a forum in which to examine contending legal, judicial and political perspectives. Among the issues the journal addresses are: health care policy, welfare reform, criminal justice, voting rights, civil rights, family law, employment law, gender issues, education and critical race theory. Room SL159.
Editor-in-Chief: James Paulose, firstname.lastname@example.org
Virginia Law & Business Review - The Virginia Law & Business Review is a premier journal of business law scholarship. It is published three times a year by law students of the University of Virginia. The student-editors are members of the Virginia Law & Business Review Association, a not-for-profit corporation chartered in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The journal addresses accounting, antitrust law, bankruptcy law, commercial law, corporations law, corporate finance, corporate governance, employment law, mergers and acquisitions, real estate law, securities regulation, secured transactions, takeover litigation, venture capital financing and other corporate law subjects. Room SL267.
Editor-in-Chief: Shannon Rice, email@example.com
Virginia Law Review - The Virginia Law Review is a journal of general legal scholarship that publishes eight times a year. VLR articles since March 2004 are now available online as well. (434) 924-3079 (You must dial the area code.), Room WB292.
Editor-in-Chief: Danielle Desauliners, firstname.lastname@example.org
Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal (VaSE) - VaSE focuses on all aspects of both sports and entertainment law. Published biannually by the students and the Law School, the journal features articles written by sports and entertainment law professors, as well as those written by experienced practitioners in the sports and entertainment law fields. In addition, law students interested in sports or entertainment law are invited to join through a written tryout process held each semester. Room SL275.
Editor-in-Chief: Nicole Marschean, email@example.com
Virginia Tax Review (VTR) - VTR is published four times each year and focuses primarily on federal and international taxation, as well as pure business legal issues. Founded in 1980, it is one of the oldest student-run law journals at the University of Virginia School of Law and is regarded as a top tax specialty journal. The journal encourages participation by students interested in tax or general corporate law. 924-4726, Room SL151.
Editor-in-Chief: Paige Abernathy, firstname.lastname@example.org