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St. Louis U. L. J. - Saint Louis University Law Journal (USA)


The Saint Louis University Law Journal began, for a three period of time (1949-1951), with what would become a temporary name, the Intramural Law Review of Saint Louis University. The permanent change to Saint Louis University Law Journal was made in "Winter 1951", and continues to-date.

The St. Louis ULJ is published by the law students at the St. Louis University School of Law.

According to the law school's webiste (http://law.slu.edu/) as of October 30, 2011:

"The Saint Louis University Law Journal is the oldest publication at Saint Louis University School of Law. Law students edit and produce the Journal, which the School of Law sponsors. Eminent scholars, judges, professors, practitioners and high-achieving law students author the articles for the Journal's four annual issues. The Journal publishes four annual issues on a variety of legal topics. It is our goal to publish timely, pertinent and thought-provoking legal scholarship in every volume."

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