The Law School publishes four student-edited law journals: The Brooklyn Law Review, Brooklyn Journal of International Law, The Journal of Law and Policy, and The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law. Journals such as these provide the intellectual backbone of the nation’s legal profession and are widely read by jurists, practitioners and scholars.
The journals provide an excellent opportunity for students to develop and refine their legal research and writing skills. Participation in these journals provides an intensive educational experience beyond the Law School curriculum by enhancing analytical, organizational, and writing skills. These qualities are highly respected by members of the legal community and are regarded as essential to the successful practice of law.