Our Journals and Law Review

The William & Mary Law Review ranks among the top general interest law journals in the nation, featuring the work of noted scholars in all subject areas of the law. State and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court, have cited the Law Review more than 200 times during the last decade. 

The William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal is among the most-cited student-edited constitutional law journals in the country. BORJ cosponsors annual symposia that host leading constitutional law scholars for discussions about topics of contemporary significance. Visit the Bill of Rights Journal page.

The William & Mary Business Law Review explores the nexus among business, law, and ethics. BLR publishes scholarship that analyzes new laws, challenges existing laws, and equips readers with practical research tools.

The William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review provides a forum in which scholars, practitioners, and students can critically discuss current environmental issues through a legal lens.

The Journal of Race, Gender and Social Justice serves as a forum for scholarly debate on gender-related legal issues through varied, multi-disciplinary perspectives. This journal was published as the William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law prior to Vol. 25 (2018).

Please note you can find all current and past issues of our academic journals in the Wolf Law Library's scholarship repository.