The Journal publishes four print issues each year. Three of the Journal’s four annual issues encompass a unique area of focus.
The Journal sponsors the annual Richard J. Childress Memorial Lecture, publishing the keynote address on a timely legal topic and responses from the lecture’s scholarly participants.
The Symposium focuses on a different legal topic each year, and the Symposium issue contains articles written by attendees of the annual law conference held at Saint Louis University School of Law.
The Teaching issue focuses on a different theme in legal instruction each year, providing articles from top scholars that serve as a resource for instructors, students and anyone interested in learning and teaching law.
The General issue includes some of the best unsolicited articles that the Journal receives in a given year. It does not focus on a specific topic.
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