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Southwestern Hosts the 60th Annual National Conference of Law Reviews

In March, law review and law journal editors from around the country gathered in Los Angeles to collaborate and discuss issues connected with student-edited publications at the 60th Annual National Conference of Law Reviews (NCLR), hosted by Southwestern. Approximately 250 student editors from 85 law schools representing over 100 different journals attended the event, which focused on "Keeping the Law Relev ...

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Southwestern Hosts the 60th Annual National Conference of Law Reviews

Every year, law review and law journal editors from around the country gather to collaborate on ideas and discuss issues connected with student-edited publications at the National Conference of Law Reviews (NCLR). This year, Southwestern is hosting the NCLR's milestone 60th annual event March 26-29 in Los Angeles. "We are very excited to be hosting NCLR this year," said Annie Levitt, who serves as this year ...

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Southwestern Hosts Two-day Workshop Covering “Debt, Austerity and the Possibilities of the Political”

The economic crisis of 2008 exposed a fragile global financial system. In the United States, the "American Dream" financed with "easy" credit was exposed as an empty promise. In the European context, the sovereign debt crisis resulted in the imposition of harsh spending cuts and tax increase measures in several nation-states, undermining social safety nets and wage structures, rupturing traditional alliance ...

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Law Review Publishes Issue Featuring Panel Discussion with Justice O’Connor

The latest issue of Southwestern Law Review (Volume 42, Number 3) is now available online. With the announcement, Editor-in-Chief Annie Levitt said, "The issue includes an incredible panel discussion featuring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Her story is inspiring, and its inclusion in our publication marks a major milestone in the history of the Southwestern Law Review." Click here to view the current issue, ...

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