About the Law Review

Founded in 1967, the Valparaiso University Law Review is one of the oldest Law Reviews in the Midwest.  The Valparaiso Law Review is a scholarly journal that publishes articles, lectures, book reviews, and student notes submitted by law professors, judges, practitioners, and members of the Law Review.  The Law Review is comprised solely of Valparaiso law students and publishes four issues each year.  It affords qualified students an invaluable opportunity for training in precise analysis of legal problems and in clear presentation of legal issues.  In addition, law review membership can be a great asset when searching for clerking and permanent positions and enhances a student’s legal research, writing, and analytical skills.