The Virginia Law Review invites eligible UVA law students who would like their work to be considered for publication in the Law Review to submit Notes from Monday, January 13th at 12:00 p.m. until Friday, January 24th at 12:00 p.m.
The winter edition of Nota Bene, the alumni newsletter of the Virginia Law Review, is now available. It contains information about the VLR Centennial Banquet, as well as the upcoming symposium.
The Virginia Law Review is pleased to announce that it has accepted the following Notes from its September 2013 Notes Pool: Andrew Kilberg We the People: The Original Meaning of Popular Sovereignty Steven Guynn A Market-Based Tool to Reduce Systematic Undervaluation of Collateral in Residential Mortgage Foreclosures Jacob Gutwillig Filling the “Unhelpful Silence”: How the Deposit Insurance Provision ofRead More »
The Virginia Law Review is pleased to announce the launch of its new website! We look forward to providing insightful, topical, and important scholarship and commentary on contemporary legal issues. Please use this website for instructions on how to submit an article, or feel free to browse the archives or the current issue of the Virginia Law Review.
The Virginia Law Review is pleased to announce the following members of the Class of 2015 have accepted an invitation to join the 2013-2014 Editorial Board: Derrick W. Aud Ryan S. Baasch Kathryn Barber Peter J. Benson Sarah J. Bily Matthew S. Brooker Megan E. Colville Ryan J. Comer Max I. Corey Caroline Courtney Adam G. CrewsRead More »
The Virginia Law Review is pleased to announce the following members of the Class of 2014 have accepted an invitation to join the 2013-2014 Editorial Board: Daniel Guarnera Caroline Schmidt
In March, the Virginia Law Review launched a Centennial Capital Campaign to mark the occasion of the Review’s 100th Anniversary. We have partnered with the Law School Foundation to seed an endowment that will ensure the Virginia Law Review will maintain its unique character and continue to be the best-run law review in the country. The Virginia Law Review Association is uniquely situated among our peer journals: we areRead More »