Founded in 1948, the Utah Law Review Society publishes the Utah Law Review, an academic legal journal with national reach. The journal was founded to serve the interests of the students, the bench, and the bar of the State of Utah. Since then, its scope has expanded to include legal issues of both national and international importance. The Society is a wholly student-run organization, with the student-editors making all editorial and organizational decisions.
The Utah Law Review publishes five issues each academic year: two general-interest issues as well as an environmental issue, a social justice issue, and a symposium issue from the annual Lee E. Teitelbaum Law Review Symposium.
CURRENT ISSUE: VOLUME 2024 NO. 2
Positioning Podcasting as Legal Scholarship
Sara Y. Gras
The New Undue Influence
David Horton and Reid Kress Weisbord
James R. Steiner-Dillon
Saving Democracy from the Senate
David B. Froomkin and A. Michael Froomkin
A State for Second Chances: Utah’s Clean Slate Legislation