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Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law

Full Text: Vols. 1-21#1 (2000-2019)
Publisher: Loyola University New Orleans
Publication Website: http://law.dev.loyno.edu/loyola-journal-public-interest-law
ISSN: 1536-5778
Frequency: 2

Additional Information for Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law
The Loyola University New Orleans Journal of Public Interest Law is a scholarly journal published biannually by a student editorial board with faculty supervision. Founded as the Loyola Poverty Law Journal in the spring semester of 1995, the Journal was among the first devoted to the intersection of law and poverty. It initially concentrated on the legal issues faced by those unable to access legal representation, such as children, the indigent, and the elderly. Today, the Journal publishes scholarly articles, practitioner articles, lectures, and student comments addressing a diverse range of national and international public interest legal issues. Recent publications have focused on topics such as refugee and asylum law, judicial ethics and social media, workplace justice, and arbitration agreements. The Journal also has the honor of organizing and hosting a symposium each spring at Loyola University New Orleans.

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Volumes:

21 #1 (2019)
20 (2018-2019)
19 (2017)
18 (2017)
17 (2015-2016)
16 (2014-2015)
15 (2013-2014)
14 (2012-2013)
13 (2011-2012)
12 (2010-2011)
11 (2009-2010)
10 (2008-2009)
9 (2007-2008)
8 (2006-2007)
7 (2005-2006)
6 (2004-2005)
5 (2003-2004)
4 (2003)
3 (2001-2002)
2 (2001)
1 (2000)