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Washington and Lee Law Review (Washington and Lee Law Review)
Founded in 1938, the Washington and Lee Law Review publishes scholarly legal writings by judges, professors, practitioners, and student members of the Washington and Lee Law Review.
Washington and Lee Law Review Online (Law School Journals)
The Online Edition is a new online complement to the Washington and Lee Law Review’s print edition. Established in 2014, the Online Edition allows authors to publish commentary on the latest legal issues in real time. The goal of the Online Edition is to foster discussion within the legal community on the most relevant trends in legal scholarship. It provides a platform from which scholars, practitioners, and others can share their research and ideas with the legal community in a timely and focused manner. In addition, the Online Edition provides authors with valuable publication tools. The Online Edition is committed to helping authors achieve high exposure for their work and connecting legal scholars to encourage academic dialogue.
Washington and Lee Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment (Journal of Energy, Climate, and the Environment)
The JECE includes articles, notes, case and legislative comments from professors, practitioners, and student staff writers focused primarily on the areas of law surrounding energy, climate, and the environment including, but not limited to, energy generation, energy usage, and climate impacts.
Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice)
Introduced in Spring 1995, the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Digest was published through Spring 1997, after which its title changed to the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal. In Spring, 2000 it became the Washington and Lee Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal, and the Fall of 2005 saw the inauguration of the current title, the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice.
Capital Defense Journal (Law School Journals)
The Capital Defense Digest began in 1988 as a staple-bound, photocopied case digest containing summaries of capital cases from the Virginia and federal courts. In 1998, after publishing the Digest for ten years, the VC3 upgraded it to the Capital Defense Journal, a full-fledged law review devoted to the law and practice of death penalty defense. From Fall 2005 forward, that function is served by the VCCC website, VC3.org.