Students manage, edit and publish each of the four scholarly journals on campus:
The Connecticut Law Review is the oldest, largest, and most active student-run organization at the University of Connecticut School of Law. The organization's primary goal is to publish the Connecticut Law Review, a high quality journal of interest to the general legal community. Today, the journal has a circulation that spans all fifty states as well as thirteen foreign countries.
The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is the world's only academic law review dedicated exclusively to the publication of original research on the law relating to insurance, risk and responsibility. Founded in 1994, the Journal has succeeded in attracting articles that are theoretically sophisticated and of practical importance.
Founded in 1985, the Connecticut Journal of International Law, known as CJIL on campus, is a scholarly journal that publishes two issues every academic year. The Journal publishes articles that cover a wide range of topics in international law, comparative law, and the extraterritorial effect of United States law and policy.
The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal's primary purpose is to further the discussion of the legal aspects of public interest priorities relating to the many political, economic, and social issues, especially those faced by under-represented people. The Journal is a forum for such intellectual discussion and is a force for change and progress.