Loyola's three student-run journals publish scholarship by academics and practitioners from around the country and the globe
Loyola Law Review
The Loyola Law Review is a student-produced and student-edited journal that was first established in 1920 as the Loyola Law Journal. A select group of students at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law make all editorial and organizational decisions to publish a journal of legal scholarship that is a useful tool to practitioners, academics, and students alike.
Journal of Public Interest Law
The Loyola University New Orleans Journal of Public Interest Law is a scholarly journal published biannually by a student editorial board with faculty supervision. Founded as the Loyola Poverty Law Journal in the spring semester of 1995, the Journal publishes scholarly articles, practitioner articles, lectures, and student comments addressing a diverse range of national and international public interest legal issues.
Maritime Law Journal
The Loyola Maritime Law Journal is published bi-annually and provides an avenue for research and writing by practitioners, faculty, and students in the dynamic and exciting fields of maritime law. The Journal publishes articles, student comments, and casenotes that provide the legal and academic community with a scholarly perspective on the issues facing a diverse and international industry. The editors of the Journal also publish The Loyola Current, a blog dedicated to emerging issues in maritime law.