Connecticut Law Review publishes approximately 1,000 pages of critical legal discussion each year. The Law Review is managed entirely by a student board of editors, who solicit, edit, and publish articles and book reviews written by scholars, judges, and practicing attorneys. In addition, nearly half of the contents of the Law Review is written by students. Its subscribers include law offices and law libraries throughout the country and abroad. The Law Review is often cited in briefs, court opinions, and legal texts. Membership on the Connecticut Law Review provides students an opportunity to work together to achieve a high level of analytical and writing skill, to contribute to the professional literature and to influence the development of the law. Election to the Law Review's board of editors is one of the highest honors a law student can achieve.
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