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Journal University of Pittsburgh Law Review

Aim & Scope

The University of Pittsburgh Law Review, founded in 1934, is an entirely student-run organization which publishes four issues each year. In the 2004-2005 academic year we will be publishing our 66th volume. The Law Review welcomes submissions from both students and legal professionals. Over the years, we have published articles, notes and book reviews on a wide variety of topics including constitutional law, securities regulation, criminal procedure, family law, international law and jurisprudence. Our goal is to contribute to the legal community by publishing articles that highlight current legal issues and changes in the law. For example, the articles in Volume 64 ranged in topic from the prevention of identity theft and patent litigation settlements to software licensing and the torture of suspected terrorists. In Volume 63 we published a symposium focusing on the legal effects of September 11th and this year we will be publishing a symposium on the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education. [1]

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