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Journals

Law journals are industry publications run by law students. Student editors select and edit articles submitted by law professors. Joining a journal or law review looks great on a resume; it also gives you the opportunity to be part of an ongoing conversation in the legal community.

Journals

USC Law School offers students four ways to get involved in legal scholarship. 

Journal of Law & Education

The Journal of Law and Education (JLE) is a quarterly publication featuring articles on all aspects of constitutional and civil law related to American education. JLE is published jointly in conjunction with the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law. Subscriptions to JLE are distributed throughout the United States and reach more than fourteen foreign countries.

Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal

The Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Journal is a peer review law journal published three times a year by the American Bar Association's Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law, and is the premier scholarly publication in the property and probate fields.

South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business

The primary purpose of the South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business is to educate and create a forum for discussion of issues relevant to international law and business. These purposes are realized by producing scholarly publications and hosting symposia that address issues relevant to the practice of international law.

South Carolina Law Review

The South Carolina Law Review is the principal legal publication in South Carolina. It is also the oldest legal publication in state, founded in 1948. The Law Review traces its roots to 1831, during the brief existence of the Carolina Bar Journal, which was published in Columbia, South Carolina prior to the Civil War. Today, the Law Review is the flagship legal publication at the University of South Carolina and is one of the most frequently cited legal journals in the country.