The University of Massachusetts Law Review is a co-curricular organization that publishes a student-reviewed law journal. The law review publishes two issues per annual volume, in January and May. Manuscripts selected for inclusion in the general issue are chosen for their authorship as well as their contribution to legal scholarship and the bar.
Current Issue: Volume 19, Issue 1 (2024)
Failing to Learn the Lessons of Madoff: Problems with Applying Iqbal to Fraud Claims
Howard Gutman and Chris Garino