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The Illinois Law Review is a long-running American law journal, published by students of Northwestern University's law School.
The Illinois Law Review began in 1906 as the Illinois Law Review. The first copyright-renewed issue is December 1936 (v. 31 no. 4). We know of no actively copyright-renewed contributions. (More details) The review was renamed Northwestern University Law Review in 1952. (Content published under that name is listed separately.)
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