Charleston Law Review

Charleston Law Review

About Us

Founded in 2006, the Charleston Law Review (CLR) is the Charleston School of Law's flagship journal and publishes articles on all areas of law and public policy by professors and practitioners from across the United States. Each year, the CLR publishes at least one general issue, a Symposium issue, and a Student Works issue. The Symposium issue includes articles on a timely legal topic that has been chosen for the Charleston School of Law's annual symposium, and the Student Works issue contains selected Notes composed by CLR members during their 2L year. Editors of the CLR are responsible for the selection, editing, and publication of the most rigorous and influential legal scholarship. Our editors undergo comprehensive training to assess carefully each submission's quality of argument, research, analysis, organization, and style and work closely with authors throughout the publication process.
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