University of Pittsburgh Law Review Publishes Latest Issue, Vol. 78, No. 4
The University of Pittsburgh Law Review has published its latest issue, Vol. 78, No.4. The issue features articles from Rebecca J. Huss of Valparaiso University Law School, and Meredith M. Render of the University of Alabama School of Law. The issue includes notes from Marley N. Brison, '17, and Marla D. Tortorice, '17, who additionally served as editor in chief for the law review. Joshua R. Smallmen, '18, serves as the law review's current editor in chief.
The law review is available to read online through the University of Pittsburgh's D-Scribe Digital Publishing Program. Read the latest issue here.
The University of Pittsburgh Law Review, founded in 1934, is the longest-standing publication of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. It is produced by students, and aims to publish excellent academic scholarship.