New U.S. and International Law Reviews and Journals (February 25, 2013)
By Cindy Spohr
A number of new U.S. and international law reviews and journals recently released.
Columbia Journal of Tax Law: This file contains articles, essays, comments, book reviews and other documents from Columbia Journal of Tax Law, an online–only journal, from Fall 2009 (Volume 1, Number 1). The Journal will be published twice a year. Each issue will include scholarly articles, shorter pieces on hot-topic policy and practice subjects, and student notes. Also included with the Journal are special online responses to Journal articles, entitled “Tax Matters,” beginning in 2011. • Harvard National Security Journal (HRVNSJ): Harvard National Security Journal is a student-edited online journal dedicated to improving scholarship and discourse in the field of national security. From 2010 (Volume 1).
Journal of East Asian & International Law: Journal of East Asian & International Law, a Korean law journal, aims to promote research and thinking of legal scholars and practitioners from both East Asia and other regions having its regional focus. The Journal is open to any international and comparative legal concerns and controversies regarding East Asian affairs. From spring 2008 (Volume 1).
Melbourne Journal of International Law: Melbourne Journal of International Law is a peer–reviewed academic publication edited and managed by a team of law students at the Melbourne Law School, Australia. Now in its second decade of publication, the Journal enjoys a domestic and international reputation as a leading publication that focuses on both public and private international law. The Journal is fully refereed and consistently publishes articles by preeminent international law scholars and practitioners from both Australia and overseas. The Journal publishes on a range of international law issues, particularly those affecting the Asia-Pacific region. From May 2009.
New York University Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law: Formerly known as The Ledger (winter 2009–spring 2011), New York University Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law (winter 2011 onward) is an online, student-edited publication of the NYU School of Law. As NYU’s first online publication, it provides an outlet for scholarly editorials and a forum for dialogue among legal practitioners, agents, managers, studio executives, other industry professionals and students dedicated to analyzing issues in the fields of art, entertainment, intellectual property, Internet, sports and technology law. From winter 2009.
South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business: Founded in 2003, South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business seeks to serve South Carolinians by creating a forum for discussion about how international law and business affects the state. From fall 2008 (Volume 5).
UNLV Gaming Law Journal: UNLV Gaming Law Journal was founded in 2009 and is the first law school journal to specialize in gaming law. It is published by the students of the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in conjunction with the International Masters of Gaming Law. From Fall 2010 (Volume 1).
Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy: This file contains articles, comments and other documents from Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy from 2011 (Volume 1). Articles from its online companion, Sua Sponte, will be added as available. The mission of Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy is to provide cutting–edge commentary, analysis and critique of legal policy issues from legal and interdisciplinary sources.