There are eight law journals
sponsored by or otherwise affiliated with Tulane Law School. Six of these
journals are run solely by students: Tulane Law
Review, Tulane Maritime
Law Journal, Tulane Environmental
Law Journal, Tulane Journal
of International & Comparative Law, Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality,
and Tulane Journal
of Technology & Intellectual Property. The Sports Lawyers
Journal is published by the national Sports Lawyers Association,
but edited entirely by Tulane students. The Tulane European & Civil Law Forum is faculty-run and
faculty-curated, but students assist with editing.
journals are regularly cited, both nationally and internationally. A
recent Washington and Lee survey found that court citations of the Tulane
Law Review place it in the top 27% of general U.S. law journals.
According to this survey, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal is the
top-cited maritime journal, the Tulane Environmental Law Journal is the 5th most-cited environmental journal, and the Tulane Journal of
International & Comparative Law is in the top 6% of international
law journals and 20% of comparative law journals.
Annual subscriptions and individual article downloads may be purchased at the Tulane University Law School Journal Store.
Tulane Environmental Law Journal
Tulane European & Civil Law Forum
Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law
Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality
Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property
Tulane Law Review
Tulane Maritime Law Journal
Sports Lawyers Journal