Working on a law review is often a rite of passage for many law students. Five legal journals are published by The Ohio State Moritz College of Law. These leading publications publish innovative and relevant scholarly articles by law professors and legal scholars from across the country and around the world as well as student written notes and comments of professional interest to lawyers and policy makers.
|Ohio State Law Journal
The Ohio State Law Journal is a generalist law review publishing legal scholarship in all areas. The journal, which started publication in 1935, is edited by students and publishes eight issues each year. In April 2012, OSLJ launched Futhermore, an online supplement to the print version.
|Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution
Founded in 1985, the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (JDR) is a student-edited publication dedicated to the exploration of alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, summary jury trials, and mintrials.
|Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law is a peer-evaluated, faculty-student cooperative venture. Published semiannually, it provides useful, interesting, and provocative commentary on critical issues of interest to the national, and even international, criminal justice community.
|I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society
I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society is an interdisciplinary journal of research and commentary concentrating on the intersection of law, policy, and information technology. Published semiannually, it is faculty-edited in collaboration with student editors.
|Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal
The Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal (OSEBLJ) is nationally renowned for its intersection of business and the law. Created and managed by students, this semi-annual journal explores the legal issues facing entrepreneurs, small business owners, and venture capitalists.