Journal on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in Americajournal on race, inequality, and social mobility in america
Effective April 19, 2021, JRISMA is temporarily not accepting submissions.
The Journal on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America (JRISMA) is a peer-reviewed and refereed multidisciplinary journal published by Washington University in St Louis. The goal of the journal is to publish scholarly works that specifically addresses Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in American communities. We believe underserved communities should have free and open access to scientifically supported products. DOI:10.7936/K7QJ7FR5
The Political Librarianthe political librarian
The Political Librarian is dedicated to expanding the discussion of, promoting research on, and helping to re-envision locally focused advocacy, policy, and funding issues for libraries.
We want to bring in a variety of perspectives to the journal and do not limit our contributors to just those working in the field of library and information science. We seek submissions from researchers, practitioners, community members, or others dedicated to furthering the discussion, promoting research, and helping to re-envision tax policy and public policy on the extremely local level.
Washington University Global Studies Law Reviewwashington university global studies law review Building on Washington University's distinguished reputation, Global Studies presents outstanding articles, book reviews, essays, and notes from prestigious academics, practitioners and prominent students to expand the global community's knowledge and understanding of real-world issues. Global Studies Law Review publishes quarterly.
DisciplinesLaw Legal Global Law International Law Foreign Law Human Rights
Washington University Journal of Law and Policywashington university journal of law and policy The Journal of Law and Policy is committed to generating a symposium-based publication that brings together communities of scholars, through a mutual and collaborative student and faculty process, emphasizing existing and emerging visions of the law in relation to interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives, the implications of technology, and the consequences of economic globalization for the purpose of influencing law and social policy.
This publication originated in 1968 as the Urban Law Annual and focused entirely on issues surrounding land use, urban development, and other legal concerns of urban communities. The scope broadened in1983 when the Journal expanded (and became the Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law) to encompass a broad range of topics while still emphasizing urban and land-use law. In 1999, the staff and its advisors began a lengthy process of reevaluating the Journal’s role in the advancement of legal scholarship. As a result of this process, the Journal once again broadened its scope to become the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy.
The Journal is committed to generating a symposium-based publication that brings together communities of scholars, through a mutual and collaborative student and faculty process, emphasizing existing and emerging visions of the law in relation to interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives, the implications of technology, and the consequences of economic globalization for the purpose of influencing law and social policy.
In furtherance of this mission, the Journal, unlike most law reviews, centers each volume around a pertinent theme or issue. The articles therein are authored by professors of law, legal practitioners, judges, and distinguished scholars from a variety of academic disciplines. Each year, the Journal publishes an “Access to Justice” volume. This volume is a compilation of essays from the Washington University School of Law’s “Access to Justice” speaker series, one goal of which is to encourage and challenge audiences to use their legal education for the ultimate betterment of our society. Additionally, the Journal collaborates with faculty members to publish symposia along a broad spectrum of contemporary topics.
Washington University Jurisprudence Reviewwashington university jurisprudence review
Washington University Jurisprudence Review is the only student-edited, in-print journal of jurisprudence in the United States. The Jurisprudence Review promotes academic discussion and scholarship at the nexus of law and legal theory by publishing works that contribute to analytic, normative, and comparative jurisprudence from scholars both within and without the legal academy. We also seek to enrich the law school experience by fostering critical analysis of the suppositions and theories that underpin the law school curriculum.
Articles published in the Washington University Jurisprudence Review are available on this website, on Westlaw, and on HeinOnline.
When citing to material from the Washington University Jurisprudence Review, the following citation style should be used: __ Wash. U. Jur. Rev. __.
Article Selection ProcessThe Articles Team screens submissions to the Jurisprudence Review and works with authors through the revision and publication process. After ensuring selected scholarship is concerned with the topic of jurisprudence, we engage in a rigorous editorial dialogue with the author to strive to produce the highest quality jurisprudential scholarship while emphasizing the importance of publishing a wide range of voices from diverse backgrounds and legal expertise.
Diversity & InclusionAt the Jurisprudence Review at Washington University School of Law, diversity and inclusion are essential to both the quality of our publications and the development of our legal scholars. We are dedicated to the recruitment and development of student scholars with diverse backgrounds, lifestyles, and experiences. We are equally committed to the promotion and publication of institutional authors, regardless of race, nationality, religion, gender identification, sexual orientation, or political ideology. The result is an exceptional team of legal scholars committed to publishing groundbreaking and thought-provoking jurisprudential works at the Washington University School of Law.
DisciplinesLaw Jurisprudence Philosophy Legal Critical Analysis
Washington University Law Reviewwashington university law review The Washington University Law Review is a student-run academic journal that seeks to publish legally related scholarly articles. The Law Review seeks to foster dialogue on interesting legal issues both within the law school and in the broader legal community. This is our archival repository which includes PDF facsimiles of all our publications from the first volume issued in 1915 to the current issue.
Our primary website is available at https://wustllawreview.org/.
Urban Law Annual / Journal of Urban and Contemporary Lawurban law annual / journal of urban and contemporary law
Urban Law Annual
This publication originated in 1968 as the Urban Law Annual and focused entirely on issues surrounding land use and zoning law, housing and redevelopment law, and local government law.
Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law
In 1983, Urban Law Annual became the Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law. This publication focused on a range of topics while still emphasizing urban and land-use law.
Washington University Journal of Law and Policy
In the year 2000, the Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law was succeeded by the Journal of Law and Policy, a continuing publication of Washington University School of Law, available here.