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The Tulane Law Review was founded in 1916 as the Southern Law Quarterly.  In addition to its status as a top general law review, it has a special commitment to the civil law, comparative law, and admiralty law.  It  has held recent symposia on the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf South legal landscape and, earlier, on class actions.


Tulane Law Review

The Tulane Law Review, founded in 1915 as the Southern Law Quarterly, is a student-run and student-edited legal periodical, published six times annually.  The Law Review has a significant international circulation and is one of the few American law reviews on the select list of minimum holdings for law libraries in the United Kingdom.

The Board of Student Editors of the Tulane Law Review is composed of approximately 60 upper-class students chosen for their outstanding scholastic records or demonstrated ability in legal research and writing.

Volume 86      2011-2012 Senior Board
Kimberly F. Cheeseman, Editor in Chief
Camille E. Gauthier, Senior Managing Editor Alex B. Rothenberg, Senior Articles Editor
Stacey Foltz, Senior Associate Editor Zachary I. Rosenberg, Senior Notes and Comments Editor

Faculty contact:
Professor Joel Friedman, 504.865.5985

Office Manager:
Lynn Becnel, 504.862.8839

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