Definitions for "LAW REVIEW"
Law school periodical with topical or lead articles about legal profession; law students typically serve as editors and writers.
A legal journal published and edited by law school students; legal scholars and students contribute articles.
or Law Journal A legal periodical. The law review is a scholarly periodical edited by students at a law school. The law review receives and requests articles from the legal community on a variety of topics. The editorial board will then choose a few of the articles received to be published. The members of the law review spend their time putting the articles chosen for publication into "publishable form." Very prestigious work but very, very boring.
a finding tool because it contains footnotes to other materials