Founded in 1924, the New York University Law Review is a generalist journal publishing legal scholarship in all areas, including legal theory and policy, environmental law, legal history, international law, and more. Each year, it publishes issues in April, May, June, October, November, and December. These six issues contain cutting-edge legal scholarship written by professors, judges, and legal practitioners, as well as Notes written by members of the Law Review.
In November 2012, the Law Review launched the New York University Law Review Online, an online supplement to the print version of the Law Review. Online publishes thesis-driven pieces whose policy or theoretical implications push legal scholarship forward. We welcome novel essays, commentaries, and responses that are likely to be useful to policymakers, practitioners, or academics by examining current or emerging issues in the law.