SMU Law Review

Published four times each year, the SMU Law Review reaches law schools, attorneys, and judges throughout the United States and abroad. Each issue includes articles by prominent legal scholars and practitioners dealing with significant questions of local, national, and international law. In addition, articles by students analyze recent cases, statutes, and developments in the law. All editing is done by student members of the board of editors and the staff. The SMU Law Review also sponsors the annual SMU Corporate Counsel Symposium on current developments in corporate law. The symposium attracts corporate practitioners from throughout the United States.

JALC Law Review

A quarterly publication, The Journal of Air Law and Commerce was founded at Northwestern University in 1930 and moved to SMU in 1961. It is the oldest scholarly periodical in the English language devoted primarily to legal and economic problems affecting aviation and space; it has worldwide circulation. With worldwide circulation, articles are written by distinguished lawyers, economists, government officials, and scholars deal with domestic and international problems of the airline industry, private aviation, and outer space, as well as general legal topics that have a significant impact on aviation. Also included are student commentaries on topical issues, case notes on recent decisions, book reviews, and editorial comments.

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