Law Journals

University of Richmond Law Review
The University of Richmond Law Review presents scholarly articles by professors, judges, attorneys, and students on matters of current interest in the law. A student board of editors and staff publishes the Law Review four times a year – the Annual Survey Issue in November, the Allen Chair Issue in March, and two general issues in January and May.

Richmond Journal of Law and Technology
JOLT produces scholarly work for the legal community on a variety of topics at the crossroads of law and technology. In 1995, JOLT became the world's first exclusively online law review. JOLT now ranks among the top five cited law and technology journals in court opinions, and is regularly cited by academics and practitioners on e-Discovery issues.

Including the Annual Survey, the staff of JOLT publishes four issues each academic year. Working together, the staff and editors maintain a timely publication schedule. To honor the efforts of the authors who choose to publish with JOLT, the journal maintains a policy of constructive observations, not of substantial rewrites. JOLT also sponsors annual symposiums that attract top scholars to campus to debate current issues in law and technology.

Richmond Public Interest Law Review

Richmond Public Interest Law Review is a University of Richmond journal based at the School of Law, serving as a scholarly voice focused on social welfare, public policy, and a broad spectrum of jurisprudence. Each issue explores a specific theme, chosen by the Editorial Board, that reflects major legal, policy, and public interest questions of importance. Published four times a year, the Journal publishes its content online to reach the widest audience possible, while also publishing one annual print issue focused on the work of the Virginia General Assembly. Journal authors include experienced practitioners, esteemed legal professors, and insightful individuals working to change the world through the law.