The Vermont Law Review, established in 1976, is a student-edited legal journal that publishes quarterly volumes under the guidance of five senior student editors and in collaboration with Vermont Law School faculty. In Fall 2020, Vermont Law Review also began running the Vermont Law Review Blog on our website. Our main objective is to present readers with topical scholarship on a diverse range of legal issues. We seek articles on a broad variety of legal topics and accept submissions of varying lengths from academics, practitioners, and students.
In addition to publishing articles, the Vermont Law Review produces an annual Symposium dedicated to in-depth exploration of a timely legal issue. Each Symposium brings nationally and internationally recognized experts to Vermont Law School to exchange ideas and to give students the opportunity to connect with leading figures in their fields.
In collaboration with the Vermont Law School Alumni Office, the Vermont Law Review aims to develop a Vermont Law Review Alumni Association. As former and current members navigate their career options, they may use the Alumni Association to connect with a growing network of Law Review alumni, giving them the opportunity to discuss their work and collaborate with others in their field.
If you wish to order a yearly subscription of the Vermont Law Review, please fill out the online subscription form or call 802-763-8303 ext. 1253. Subscription costs are $35.00 (domestic) per year, payable in advance.
For information on how to submit articles to Vermont Law Review, as well as information on the selection and editing processes please see the Submissions page on Vermont Law Reviews website.
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