Three student run journals give studnets the opportunity to explore scholarly issues in law, further hone their writing skills, and practice some of the most valuable workplace skllls - teamwork and project management.
The Cleveland State Law Review
The Cleveland State Law Review, originally founded as the Cleveland-Marshall Law Review in 1952, is a student-run organization whose primary purposes are to publish a journal of legal scholarship and promote academic excellence in the law school community.The Law Review publishes a quarterly journal containing articles from legal scholars throughout the country.
The Journal of Law and Health
The Journal is a law review devoted to publishing timely and informative articles in the area of health and the law. Two issues of the Journal are published each year.
The Global Business law Review
The Global Business Law Review provides an innovative platform for scholars and practitioners to explore novel and transformational issues in the field of international business law.