About the UCLA Law Review

In 1953, Chief Justice Earl Warren welcomed the UCLA Law Review's founding volume by stating that, “[t]o a judge, whose decisions provide grist for the law review mill, the review may be both a severe critique and a helpful guide.” The UCLA Law Review seeks to publish the highest quality legal scholarship written by professors, aspiring academics, and students.  In doing so, we strive to provide an environment in which UCLA Law Review students may grow as legal writers and thinkers.

Founded in December 1953, the UCLA Law Review publishes six times per year by students of the UCLA School of Law and the Regents of the University of California. We also publish material solely for online consumption and dialogue in Discourse, and we produce podcasts in Dialectic.