Students can earn positions on the Southwestern Law Review, Southwestern Journal of International Law, and the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law, which publish scholarly articles and commentary by prominent jurists, law professors, practitioners and students on the Law Review or Journal staffs. Student members develop their legal writing and research skills along with their substantive knowledge of featured topics. Members who are recognized for outstanding contributions to the Law Review or Journals are selected to serve on the Editorial Boards during the subsequent year.
“While classes are by far the most important priority in law school, my involvement with Law Review, TAHP, Dean's Fellows and the Peer Mentor Program helped me learn hands-on skills, challenged me intellectually and provided me with an opportunity to give back to the school and help other students succeed.”
~ Sherin Parikh, 2014, Full-Time Day Program
Attorney at Law, O’Melveny & Myers