The Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review promotes scholarship in the national legal community by publishing articles and critical analyses on developing areas of law. Known as LLR on the LMU Loyola Law School campus, the Law Review is a quarterly journal featuring articles by prominent educators, judges, attorneys, and Loyola students.
Current Issue: Volume 56, Number 2 (2023)
Litigating Slavery’s Reach: A Story of Race, Rights, and the Law During the California Gold Rush
Jason A. Gillmer
Differentiating Strict Products Liability’s Cost-Benefit Analysis from Negligence
Paul F. Rothstein and Ronald J. Coleman
The Antidemocratic Cost of California Direct Democracy