The University of Baltimore School of Law's flagship journal, Law Review provides in-depth analyses of current topics of interest to the legal community nationwide.
As an academic forum for legal scholarship, the journal is a valuable research tool for legal practitioners. The Law Review also operates as a training ground for its members, providing an opportunity for students to hone their writing, research, editing and time-management skills—skills that are prized in the job market. Under the direction of a student-run editorial board, Law Review is published three times a year. Articles are contributed by professors, practitioners, judges and students.
Inquiries regarding submissions are welcome.
Are you a Law Review alum?
Every spring, the Law Review holds a gathering of its alumni. We hope will you join us at our next event! To make sure you receive an invitation, please complete this alumni update form and specify the years you participated in Law Review. Also note your address and your firm's name and location.
Each year, Law Review holds a symposium on a topic of its choosing. In October 2017, the journal brought together a diverse group of panelists to discuss Baltimore's gun problem and possible solutions.
Law Review Editor in Chief Kelly Goebel contributed an article about the event to the Fall 2017 issue of the Maryland State Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section newsletter, The Advocate. Read it here (see Pages 8-9).
Law Review Executive Board, Volume 47:
Editor in Chief: Kelly Goebel
Managing Editor: Megan Micco
Production Editors: Sam Draper, Tom Miller,
Ashley Triplett, Jillian Smith
Executive Editor: Greg Waterworth
Articles Editor: Jacey Smith
Comments Editor: Josh Gorsky
Business Editor: Morgan Dilks
Symposium Editor: Erin Benson
Publications Editor: Jessica Duvall
Law Review Associate Board, Volume 47:
Associate Managing Editors: Theresa Lippy,
Associate Comment Editors: Beatrice Campbell, Marleigh Davis, Janet Franklin, Mark Pincelli
Faculty Adviser: Venable Professor of Law Robert Lande.