School of Law Journals
Arkansas Law Review
Published quarterly, the Arkansas Law Review has as its primary objective the dissemination of scholarly and authoritative articles on significant legal issues. Its Editorial Board serves the Arkansas legal community and beyond by publishing scholarship of state, national, and international importance.
Arkansas Law Notes
The new online version of Arkansas Law Notes will continue to focus on Arkansas legal developments but with a greater focus on breaking legal news. For example, the current, launch edition features a column by Professor Howard Brill, "Migrating Lawyers," discussing a recent Arkansas Supreme Court decision. You can expect more perspective on the Supreme Court in future editions, as well as articles and notes from professors, students, and practitioners. This new online format continues the rich tradition of Arkansas Law Notes.
Journal of Food Law & Policy
The Journal of Food Law & Policy is the first student-edited legal journal in the country devoted to the study of food law and its impact on society.