The UA Little Rock Law Review (“The Review”) is a quarterly publication that has three primary objectives:
- to publish articles, surveys, and essays that are timely and useful to Arkansas practitioners, the judiciary, and other members of the state’s legal community;
- to publish material which reaches national and international legal audiences; and
- to provide a forum for outstanding student work of both local and national interest, as well as an opportunity for students to gain experience editing scholarly articles.
The Review’s circulation list includes all members of the Arkansas Bar Association. Its scope, however, is not limited by jurisdictional boundaries, as many law libraries, practitioners, and judges around the country subscribe to our publication.
If you are interested in submitting an article, comment, or note to our publication, please visit our Submission Guidelines page.
If you are a student and interested in joining the Law Review, please visit our Join the Law Review page.