California Law Review, Volume 32
School of Jurisprudence of the University of California, 1944 - Law reviews
Founded in 1912, the California Law Review was the first student law journal published west of Illinois. Early issues focused primarily on critiquing proposed California legislation. Eventually, the Review adopted a national focus; it now publishes articles on problems and developments in all areas of the law.
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