A Journal of Lawyering Pedagogy and Social Justice

The Clinical Law Review (ISSN 1079-1159) is a semi-annual peer-edited journal devoted to issues of pedagogy and theory concerning clinical and externship education, lawyering, and social justice.  The Review seeks to promote the scholarship impact of and synergies in the work of clinical law teachers, externship teachers, and other scholars.  The Review is jointly sponsored by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS), the Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA), and New York University School of Law.  The views expressed in the Review are those of the authors and should not be attributed to the sponsoring organizations, the institutions with which the authors are affiliated, or others.

The Review welcomes unsolicited articles (as well as essays, comments, book reviews, and other types of shorter pieces) on clinical and externship education, lawyering theory, social justice, or related subjects.  In addition, the Review publishes periodic symposia issues.  The Review welcomes articles from all authors, including those in less well-resourced clinics and externship programs and those in identity groups who are underrepresented in legal education. Text and citation should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed.). Because the Review employs a system of anonymous peer review of manuscripts as part of its process of selecting articles for publication, manuscripts, should not bear the author's name or identifying information.  Submissions of manuscripts and all other communications should be directed to Randy Hertz at e-mail address "randy.hertz@nyu.edu".

Editors and Readers

Clinicians who wish to apply for positions on the Review's Board of Editors or as Readers of manuscripts should contact Randy Hertz at the above address.

Subscriptions and Other Information

The subscription rate is $24 per volume ($26 for foreign mailing). Single issues are $14 per copy ($15 for foreign mailing). Issues are published and mailed each April and November. All individual subscriptions are automatically renewed at the end of each calendar year, whereupon an invoice is mailed directly to each subscriber. If a subscription is to be discontinued, notice to that effect should be sent in writing or e-mail to CLR Business Manager, Yvette M. Bisonó. Partial refunds will not be processed without prior cancellation notification.

To subscribe to Clinical Law Review, renew your annual subscription, or to request back issues, please visit NYU Online Payment Gateway, which will accept credit card payments for both domestic and international purchases. 


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