Journals

Writing for one of our nationally recognized journals is a great resume builder, especially if it relates to your area of study.

You are eligible to join a journal after your first year of law school. Membership on a journal is competitive: You must demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, make a strong showing in a writing competition, or submit an article of publishable quality.

Hofstra Law Review
The Hofstra Law Review is ranked 77 overall among more than 1,000 law school journals in the nation.

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Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal
The Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal is ranked 6 nationally in the category of employment law journals.

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Journal of International Business (JIBL)
The Journal of International Business is ranked 7 nationally in the category of international law.

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ACTEC Law Journal
The ACTEC Law Journal, the journal of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, is ranked 8 nationally in the category of trust and estates.

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Family Court Review
The Family Court Review, the journal of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, is ranked 4 nationally in the category of family law.

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