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 editorial board of the Law Review selects submissions from judges, professors and other legal scholars for publication and works with the authors to revise and refine the articles in preparation for publication. The Law Review also publishes a number of articles written by student members of the Law Review each year.
Cleveland State Law Review's online companion publication, Et Cetera can be found at ClevStLRev.org 
Et Cetera includes the current issue, news & upcoming events, current and alumni membership, and submission guidelines.
For past issues and articles, please visit engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/clevstlrev . You can download every article ever published since Law Review's inception, dating back to 1952.