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Northwestern University Law Review

The Northwestern University Law Review is a long-running American law journal, published by students of Northwestern University's Pritzker School of Law. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

The Northwestern University Law Review began in 1906 as the Illinois Law Review. (Issues published under that name are listed separately.) The review was renamed Northwestern University Law Review in 1952, continuing the earlier title's volume numbering. The first copyright-renewed issue is March-April 1952 (v. 47 no. 1). We know of no actively copyright-renewed contributions. (More details) (Copyrights had also been renewed on Illinois Law Review issues since 1936.) An online supplement of short essays began as Colloquy in 2006, and was renamed Northwestern University Law Review Online (NULR Online) in 2014. Both the main review and NULR Online continue today.

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