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George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal

Full Text: Vols. 1-28 (1990-2018)
Publisher: George Mason University School of Law
Publication Website: https://sls.gmu.edu/crlj/
ISSN: 1049-4766
Frequency: 3

Additional Information for George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal
Founded in 1990, the Civil Rights Law Journal is published three times a year by a Board of Editors comprised of select students at George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia. The Board's goal is to provide informative and innovative commentary on a wide variety of issues pertaining to civil rights that contribute to the legal community. The Civil Rights Law Journal serves as a forum for thought-provoking scholarly articles written by leading academics and experienced practitioners on current legal developments. The articles selected for publication each year promote a greater understanding of civil rights laws and precedent, serve as a catalyst for legal change and development, and provide a source of legal authority and analysis to the legal community.

Source: https://sls.gmu.edu/crlj/

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Volumes:

28 (2017-2018)
27 (2016-2017)
26 (2015-2016)
25 (2014-2015)
24 (2013-2014)
23 (2012-2013)
22 (2011-2012)
21 (2010-2011)
20 (2009-2010)
19 (2008-2009)
18 (2007-2008)
17 (2006-2007)
16 (2005-2006)
15 (2004-2005)
14 (2004)
13 (2003)
12 (2001-2002)
11 (2000-2001)
10 (1999-2000)
9 (1998-1999)
8 (1997-1998)
7 (1997)
6 (1996)
5 (1994-1995)
4 (1993-1994)
3 (1992-1993)
2 (1991-1992)
1 (1990-1991)