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What do cybersecurity in the digital health field, misuse of antibiotic drugs, the perils of genetic engineering, and school discipline reform have in common? Yes, each is an important social and legal concern from today's headlines. But more specifically, these issues are all the subject of recent law review articles co-authored or co-edited by Loyola law students. If you're looking for a unique way to bring your legal research and journalistic skills to a broader audience, these journals and publications are awaiting your expertise:

Loyola Law Journal

Edited and managed entirely by students, the Loyola Law Journal can be found in law libraries, judges' chambers and the offices of major legal organizations. Corporate ethics, judicial bias, defamation law and the lack of diversity on corporate boards are just a few of the widely-debated legal issues explored in recent issues of this prestigious quarterly publication. View Publication

Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences

A leading voice in health care law and the life sciences, the Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences focuses on the most pressing issues facing health care delivery and the regulation, policy, and science behind it. Recent volumes focus on regulatory issues, bioethics, and pharmaceutical issues, as well as patient rights and advocacy. Annals articles make positive contributions to the teaching, practice, and/or policy surrounding health law and life sciences. View Publication

Children's Legal Rights Journal

Advocates for child clients need practical resources to stay abreast of the range of issues affecting children and families. Edited by students in cooperation with the National Association of Counsel for Children, the Children's Legal Rights Journal is the voice of Loyola's child law program, focusing both on traditional scholarship and interdisciplinary work. View Publication

International Law Review

The rights of ethnic minorities in China. Labor rights in Pakistan. Closing borders in Europe. International Law Review tackles these and many other issues of international scope. It's edited and published by Loyola's International Law Society, which also supports international moot court teams, and hosts annual symposia on trending international issues. View Publication

Journal of Regulatory Compliance

A unique voice in legal academia, covering issues such as outsourcing, food safety, corporate whistleblowers and much more, the Loyola University Chicago Journal of Regulatory Compliance seeks to provide both in-depth analysis and practical commentary on the regulatory landscape. And its companion blog extends the journal's reach to the very latest developments. View Publication

Journal on Rule of Law

The Student Journal on Rule of Law for Development is published annually and aims to educate and sensitize, primarily the members of the legal, academic, socio-economic and development communities on cross-cutting rule of law for development issues. It places emphasis on making feasible recommendations for improvement in understanding, adhering to and promoting the rule of law, worldwide. PROLAW students edit, manage and publish the journal. To contact the current editorial team with suggestions or questions or to propose external contributions to the journal, please use the following e-mail address: prolawjournal@luc.edu.

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Loyola Consumer Law Review

Businesses face an increasingly complex relationships with consumers in the market for their goods and services. The Loyola Consumer Law Review explores these unique issues. Articles cover issues such as advertising, financing, debt collection, product safety, professional services, insurance, and consumer credit. View Publication

Public Interest Law Reporter

Public interest spans an array of legal issues affecting underrepresented populations and causes. By stirring discussion in areas such as economic justice, the environment and corporate responsibility, the Public Interest Law Reporter reports the latest developments to students, educators, and practitioners. View Publication