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Quinnipiac Law Journals

Quinnipiac School of Law publishes three journals dedicated to general law, health law and probate law. Each one features insights into a range of practical and theoretical legal issues, always with an unwavering commitment to professionalism, integrity and scholarly excellence. Through our journals, we aim to provide a continuous forum for respectful discourse among legal professionals and educators.

Law Review

The Quinnipiac Law Review has been committed to publishing exceptional scholarship on an eclectic range of legal subjects for nearly 40 years. We strive to be a major voice on the issues affecting our nation’s broad legal landscape, as well as provide a ground for fertile discourse related to all law fields and specialties. The Law Review, a wholly student-run organization, publishes four issues per year and is open to work from lawyers, judges, law school faculty, and scholars across the country.

Probate Law

The student-run Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal has provided a major forum for the voices and opinions from probate courts in Connecticut and other jurisdictions across the country for over 30 years (previously published as the Connecticut Probate Law Journal). The Probate Law Journal publishes four issues annually, which include the work of lawyers, educators, and judges, as well as student notes and case comments. Each issue provides clarity and insight into what can be a lengthy and labyrinthine legal process.

Health Law

The Quinnipiac Health Law Journal publishes only the strongest scholarship related to the ever-changing and often polarizing subjects of health law and policy, biomedical ethics and medical-legal research. With each issue, this student-run journal provides a forum for interdisciplinary discourse between legal professionals and educators and the broader health sciences community, both at Quinnipiac and across the country. Published work investigates the breadth of topics surrounding health law and legislation at the federal and state level, as well as in international health law.