Aims & Scope
The Seattle University Law Review is a legal periodical that publishes research by legal scholars and provides valuable educational experiences for the student members. The Law Review strives to publish articles that will be useful research tools for students, attorneys, judges, and legal scholars, and to provide commentary on issues that will facilitate growth and development of the law. The student members' participation in the writing assignments and the editorial process is designed to improve writing skills and research techniques and to instill self-discipline and analytical proficiency through the hard work required to publish quality research works.
The Law Review experience is highly demanding, yet equally rewarding. The skills gained throughout the process of producing a student article and assisting in the publication of the journal are recognized assets throughout the legal community. In addition to the personal benefits, members advance the overall standing of the Law School while making a contribution to legal scholarship.
This publication was previously known as the University of Puget Sound Law Review (Volumes 1-17).