The Saint Louis University Law Journal publishes four print issues each year. Volume 62 spans from fall 2017 to summer 2018.
More up-to-date information can be found at the Journal's new web home.
Together with CICL, the Law Journal co-sponsored the Sanford E. Sarasohn Conference on Critical Issues in Comparative and International Taxation II: Taxation and Migration on March 31, 2017.
Following the symposium, the speakers submitted papers to the Law Journal for publication in the fall, which explore the effects of taxation on migration and the effects of migration on taxation.
The Journal writers analyzed "The Rule of Law in the Real World," by Paul Gowder, Ph.D., a constitutional law and torts professor at the University of Iowa.
Law professors from across the country weigh in on teaching the 14th Amendment.
On Oct. 13, 2017, the Journal hosted the day-long Childress Lecture, themed "Human Rights in the American Criminal Justice System." The event brought together practitioners and academics focused both domestically and internationally, speaking about how the modern criminal justice system in the United States – whether in its pretrial detention, treatment of gender violence or juvenile populations, or the continued use of the death penalty – conforms to or violates international human rights standards, and what can be done to change that. Samuel R. Gross, the Thomas and Mabel Professor of Law at the University of Michigan, was the keynote speaker.