Student Publications

In addition to the student run organizations within the College of Law, students are encouraged to get involved and participate in further scholarship by joining a publication.

Founded in 1949, the Syracuse Law Review is one of the prestigious student-run publications at the Syracuse University College of Law. Its longstanding goal has been to provide distinguished scholarly works that address timely and intriguing issues within the legal community. The Syracuse Law Review publishes four issues every volume, the fourth of which is the renowned "Survey of New York Law." In addition, two student notes written by members of the Editorial Staff are selected to be published in each of the first three issues of every volume. The Syracuse Law Review continues to attract notable authors and contributors while exemplifying top-rate legal scholarship.

Syracuse Law Review
Syracuse University College of Law
Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-6070

Phone: (315) 443-3680
LawReview@law.syr.edu

First published in October of 1972, the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce is one of the oldest student-edited international law reviews in the United States with a strong and diverse subscription base across the globe. The Journal serves as an organ of expression for those who have an interest in the studies of international law and commerce. The Journal actively seeks and accepts article submissions from scholars and practitioners in a wide range of subjects from the fields of public and private international law for our biannual publication. Also, each issue of the Journal proudly publishes two student-written notes chosen for publication by the Editorial Board.

The Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce
Syracuse University College of Law
Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-6070
JILC@syr.edu
The Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law, formerly the Syracuse Science and Technology Law Reporter, is a student-run multidisciplinary online journal publishing scholarly work on a variety of legal issues in developing areas of science and technology law. Such areas include, but are not limited to, intellectual property, computers and communications, technology transfer, and biotechnology. JOST publishes both professional and student written scholarly notes and book reviews on the basis of novelty, insight, and relevance, thereby providing a forum for the discussion of significant developments in science and technology law. The journal strives to identify the newest forms of technology and science related to the law, while providing students and professionals the opportunity to showcase their research and writing skills.

Syracuse Journal of Science and
Technology Law Syracuse University College of Law
Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-6070
Facebook: Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law
jost@law.syr.edu
Had I only known... We participate in events such as the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs and works with other human rights organizations. NGOs, government officials (including U.S. State and Defense Department leaders), international lawyers (including Serge Brammertz and Luis Moreno-Ocampo) and persons around the world regularly visit the our website. Our newsfeed has over 200 daily subscribers, and our website has been read in 212 different countries and territories. Our articles have been cited on the BBC, CNN, and notable international blogs. Additionally, the U.S. Library of Congress sought permission to include Impunity Watch within its electronic database. Thanks in large part to our dynamic news reporting, we are proud to note that we are the most widely read law review in the country. As a professional organization, we have high standards. Accurate, unbiased, and objective reporting requires an in-depth knowledge of specific regions of the world. We hold ourselves responsible for knowing about a region’s key political players, differences in beliefs between the majority and minority populations, and current developments. All members of the staff are dedicated to doing excellent, professional, and timely work.

Syracuse University College of Law
Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244-6070
impunitywatch@gmail.com
Mission: The Digest is the law journal of the National Italian American Bar Association (NIABA). The Digest is a professional journal publishing articles of general interest to the profession with a special focus on Roman Law, Civil Law, Italian Law, and all areas of property law (from real property to intellectual property, cultural property, land use, and the law of historic preservation).

Syracuse University College of Law

Suite 346 Dineen Hall
950 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-6070
digest@law.syr.edu