Journals and Law Reviews
Mitchell students publish several law reviews and journals focused on legal scholarship. These publications are powerful tools for legal professionals and help students develop research, writing, and editing skills.
The William Mitchell Law Review is a quarterly, student-edited journal. Founded in 1974, the Law Review publishes timely articles of regional, national and international interest for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers.
Provides insightful articles and other scholarly writings on how current legislation and recent court decisions affects the practice of law.
An intellectual property law review that features 15-minute video interviews with article authors and an opportunity for readers and authors to engage in dialogue within the comment section of each article.
The first online, interactive scholarly publication focused on the issues of race and the law of special interest to Latinos.