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Quinnipiac Law Review

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Introduction

Taking the lead in the legal conversation

The Quinnipiac Law Review provides analysis and commentary on all areas of the law. The work published in our pages provides critical examinations of everything from recent groundbreaking civil and criminal cases, to the shifting paradigms in corporate law structure and the moving parts behind environmental and food regulation. Published four times annually, the Law Review includes articles written by faculty, judges and practicing attorneys from all over the country, as well as notes and case notes from students.

The Quinnipiac Law Review is a wholly student-run organization. Membership on the Quinnipiac Law Review provides students with an opportunity to develop legal scholarship skills that give them an edge in the legal market. Membership requires a great deal of time and effort, but the rewards are invaluable.

2017 - 2018 Editorial Board

Lisa C. DeCrescente
Editor-in-Chief

James J. Reilly
Executive Managing Editor

Jessica D. Solotruk
Research & Symposium Editor

Deanna L. McWeeney
Business Managing Editor

Jonathan R. Aubin
Jaclyn D. DiScala
Scott T. Donaghue
Samantha L. Oden
Publications Editors

Emily E. Cadman
Richard T. LoRicco
Amanda E. Smallhorn
Note & Case Note Editors

Kelsey L. Dumond
Michael S. Rapiejko
Lead Articles Editors

Jenna T. Cutler
Jonathan L. Konandreas
Melissa R. Smith
Associate Editors

MarcAnthony Bonanno
Dayna M. Chucta
Katie R. Day
Frank L. DeVito
Staff Members

Nicole Dwyer
Nicholas J. Ennis
Meryl R. Gersz
Alison M. Gillotti
Staff Members

Kaitlyn A. Hennessey
Steen S. Kadison
Jeffrey N. Kaplan
Taylor L. Matook
Staff Members

Bethany M. Naccarato
Jeffrey E. Renaud
Caroline C. Womack
Staff Members

Jennifer Gerarda Brown
Suzanne H. Nathanson
Jeffrey A. Cooper
Faculty Advisers

Alexander M. Meiklejohn
Linda R. Meyer
Brad Saxton
Mark Schroeder
Faculty Advisers

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Greg Jones, JD ‘17, former associate editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review, talks with a student at a recent symposium event

Making positive change

Greg Jones, JD ‘17, former associate editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review, currently works as a clerk at the Connecticut Supreme Court in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Archive Issues

Back Issues


Back issues can be found in electronic format for all your research needs through a subscription to HeinOnline.

To purchase back copies through HeinOnline please contact:

William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
1285 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14209-1987

Orders also may be placed by calling Hein at 800-828-7571, via fax at 716-883-8100, or email to customerservice@wshein.com.

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Julia Sorensen JD '17 , former staff member on the Quinnipiac Law Review, currently works at the Connecticut Supreme Court.

In the game

Julia Sorensen, JD ‘17, former staff member on the Quinnipiac Law Review, currently working as a law clerk at the Connecticut Supreme Court, Hartford, Connecticut.

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Subscriptions

To subscribe to the Quinnipiac Law Review, please fill out our subscription form:

To order a single issue or an entire volume directly from Quinnipiac Law Review for $10 per issue, please email lawreview@qu.edu or mail a check with your order to:

Law Review Association
Quinnipiac University School of Law
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908

Submissions

The Quinnipiac Law Review takes pride in paying close attention to the needs of its authors, providing a thorough and personalized editing experience. Our process includes four tiers of editing, all while keeping in mind the tone and voice of the author‘s submission. We strive to make all submissions the best they can be before print. 

We are currently accepting submissions for the upcoming volume. We do not, however, accept submissions from currently enrolled law students, in an effort to publish scholarship from our own members. The Quinnipiac Law Review accepts submissions via regular mail, email, direct submission, Scholastica and ExpressO. Kindly include an abstract, curriculum vitae and cover letter with any submissions.

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Law Review Association
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LW-ORG
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908

Email

Please email attachments to lawreview@qu.edu.

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Contact Us

Law Review Association
Quinnipiac University School of Law, LW-ORG
275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518-1908

Phone: 203-582-3221
Email: lawreview@qu.edu