Law Review and Journals
New York Law School’s co-curricular journals provide students with opportunities to write and edit scholarly work under faculty supervision while earning academic credit. These programs also enable students to hone research, citation, and professionalism skills.
New York Law School Law Review
The New York Law School Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship edited and published by NYLS students. The Law Review is led by an editorial board and assisted by staff editors and junior staff editors. In addition to publishing three issues a year, the Law Review hosts symposia and events.
Family Law Quarterly
The Family Law Quarterly is a scholarly journal published by the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association, in collaboration with NYLS. Articles are written by academics and practitioners and focus on important and timely legal issues in family law. The journal includes an editorial board of practitioners and scholars, as well as a student editorial board.