The California Western Law Review was established in 1965 and features legal scholarship in all areas. The California Western International Law Journal was founded in 1970 and includes legal scholarship in the areas of international law.
One of the most valuable learning experiences available to law students is being a member of their law school's law review. Both the California Western Law Review and the California Western International Law Journal are student run and publish scholarly legal writings by judges, professors, practitioners, and current California Western students. The Editorial Board selects articles from hundreds of submissions and publishes twice a year.
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