Journal of College and University Law
The Journal of College and University Law is the official publication of the National Association of College and University Attorneys. It is the only law review entirely devoted to the concerns of higher education in the United States. Contributors include active college and university counsel, attorneys who represent those institutions, and education law specialists in the academic community. The Journal has been published since 1973 and now boasts a national circulation of more than 3,800. In addition to scholarly articles on current topics, the Journal of College and University Law regularly publishes student notes, case comments, scholarly commentary, book reviews, recent developments, and other features.
In 1986, the Notre Dame Law School assumed publication of the Journal, which had been published at the West Virginia University College of Law from 1980-1986. The Journal is staffed by forty-three students at the Notre Dame Law School, who are responsible for the publication of the Journal. Professors John H. Robinson and William P. Hoye serve as Faculty Editors, along with Assistant Editors Tim Flanagan and Catherine Pieronek. Click here to see the current Editorial Staff of the Journal of College and University Law.