Western New England University School of Law - Western New England Law Review

The Western New England Law Review publishes three issues per year. The editorial board consists of members of the School of Law who rank at or near the top 10 percent of their first year class. The Law Review also permits a certain number of "write-on" candidates who are put onto the law review based on the recommendation of their Legal Research and Writing professor (LRW) after the end of their first year. More information about the Law Review can be found at the Western New England Law Review website.

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