Berkeley La Raza Law Journal


Publisher: University of California Berkeley School of Law
Publication Website: https://www.law.berkeley.edu/library/ir/blrlj/
Coverage: Vols. 1-30 (1983-2020) Title Varies: Vols. 1-12#1 (1983-2000) as La Raza Law Journal

ISSN: 8755-8815
Frequency: 1
Additional Information: The Journal was imagined in 1980 and established in 1981 by Latina/o students and our allies at the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. The Journal is one of the few law review in the United States that center Latina/o conditions, communities, and identities and holds itself as the longest continuously running Latina/o law journal in the country.

The Journal was established to provide a forum, which previously did not exist, to analyze legal issues affecting the Latina/o community. Previous issues have addressed bilingual education, affirmative action, immigration law, labor law and policy, voting rights and Latina/o Critical Theory.

Source: http://www.boalt.org/LRLJ/about.html

Volumes:
30 (2020)
29 (2018-2019)
28 (2018)
27 (2017)
26 (2016)
25 (2015)
24 (2014)
23 (2013)
22 (2012)
21 (2011)
20 (2010)
19 (2008)
18 (2007)
17 (2006)
16 (2005)
15 (2004)
14 (2003)
13 (2002)
12 (2000-2001)
11 (1999-2000)
10 (1998)
9 (1996)
8 (1995)
7 (1994)
6 (1993)
5 (1992)
4 (1991)
3 (1990)
2 (1988)
1 (1983-1986)