The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process is the only scholarly law journal to focus exclusively on issues, practices, and procedures of appellate court systems, both federal and state, both American and international.
The UALR Law Review aims for the publication of timely, scholarly materials on significant legal questions pertinent to the practice of law in Arkansas and to provide an opportunity for students to gain experience writing and editing scholarly articles.
The Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service is a vehicle for identifying and addressing the pressing needs of our society. It examines issues lying at the nexus of policy, public interest, and academia, and raises awareness of topics insufficiently examined in traditional scholarly publications.
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