Student Journals

Our academic journals immerse students in timely legal conversations from local to international interests.

Joining a journal allows students to work with leading scholars, gain deeper knowledge of specialized areas of law, and to develop advanced research and writing skills.

Founded in 1949, 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.

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. 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

315.443.3680
LawReview@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

JILC enjoys the distinction of being one of the top-ranked international law journals in the country. In the forward to its inaugural issue, the Journal was described as an “organ of expression for students with an interest in international legal and commercial studies,” with the primary purpose of training students in the skills of legal writing and research. It is our duty to provide editorial members with a developmental vehicle for those skills while continuing the tradition of publishing thoughtful, independent scholarly work. Each issue of the Journal consists of three-to-five lead articles from outside authors and two student Notes.

The role of editorial members is critical in ensuring the substantive and technical quality of these selections. It is also important, however, to recognize that the Journal is not solely a publication: it is also a social organization, wherein we work together with a shared goal of publishing the best product possible, while building personal and professional relationships only further fortified by the test of that common task.

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 is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship. We publish a yearly volume comprised of student notes and peer-reviewed legal scholarship.

The Journal of Science and Technology publishes legal scholarship in the areas of science, technology, biotechnology, computers, intellectual property, technology transfer, and other related areas.

Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law

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

jost@syr.edu

Founded in 2007 by Professor David M. Crane L’80, the founding Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, in 2018 Professor Cora True-Frost assumed leadership of Impunity Watch News/Journal of Global Rights and Organizations.

JGRO endeavors to foster awareness and build readership by publishing timely, scholarly articles written by academic, professional, and student authors on impunity issues. Our true hope is to inspire awareness and to immediately alert the world to impunity issues as they arise. It is our goal to give the modern day “Anne Frank” a medium to instantaneously share her story while there is still time to make a difference.

Impunity Watch’s fundamental goal is to provide a means of casting a light on perceived injustices and providing a voice for the voiceless. This is achieved by providing an open forum, real-time unbiased objective reporting, and reflection on rights and impunity issues throughout the world.

Impunity Watch News/Journal of Global Rights and Organizations

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

impunitywatch@gmail.com