Undergraduate Law Review
The Undergraduate Law Review
Published yearly at the George Washington University
The George Washington University Undergraduate Law Review is a student-run and published legal journal that examines internationally significant issues concerning law, policy, philosophy, ethics, and politics. The George Washington University Undergraduate Law Review (ULR) is a prestigious student-run publication that offers undergraduates the unique chance to research, write, and edit a law review article on a legal topic of their choosing. The year-long process involves many stages of topic investigation, legal research, draft writing, and editing, and our editors and writers will even learn the Legal Bluebook citation method (something typically not taught until law school). At the end of the year, writers will have a fantastic writing sample that they can use to apply for jobs and internships, as well as a publication to add onto their resume.
You can also apply to be an editor for the publication, which means you will be assigned to different writers' articles throughout the year, and help them get to publishable quality. Editors are essential, since without them, our publication would not succeed in having the high quality material we expect. You may apply to write, edit, or both, which you can indicate on the application itself.
Applications will open during the fall semester for the 2020-21 school year.
Email Emily Bauwens, ULR Director