Student Journals & Publications
The Yale Law Journal
The Yale Law Journal is one of the nation’s leading legal periodicals. The Journal publishes articles, essays, and book reviews by legal faculty and other professionals, as well as student notes and comments. An editorial board of select second- and third-year students manages and produces eight issues of the Journal per year. The newly launched YLJ Online features original essays on timely and novel legal developments as well as responses to articles from the print Journal. YLJ Online replaces the Journal's previous online forum, The Pocket Part, and advances the Journal's mission of making substantive legal scholarship readily accessible online.
Yale Law & Policy Review
The Yale Law & Policy Review publishes pieces on a wide range of issues at the intersection of law and policy, including affirmative action, campaign finance reform, urban policing, education policy, and the war on terrorism.
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism
The Yale Journal of Law and Feminism publishes works concerning a broad range of legal issues as they pertain to gender, sexuality, or feminist theory.
Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities
The Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities explores the intersections among law, the humanities, and the humanistic social sciences. It is a biannual publication edited by students from the Law School and several graduate departments in the University, and advised by a board of distinguished scholars.
Yale Journal of International Law
The Yale Journal of International Law contains articles and comments written by scholars, practitioners, policy makers, and students on a wide range of topics in public and private international law. Published twice a year, the journal is a primary forum for the discussion and analysis of contemporary international legal problems.
Yale Journal on Regulation
The Yale Journal on Regulation is a national forum for legal, political, and economic analysis of current issues in regulatory policy.
Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal
The Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal provides a broad range of perspectives on issues at the intersection of human rights and development. The journal is edited by students and advised by members of the Law School faculty.
Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics
The Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics is an interdisciplinary journal whose staff members come from all of Yale’s graduate and professional schools. The journal publishes pieces on many topics, ranging from civil rights enforcement in health care delivery to bioterrorism.
Yale Journal of Law and Technology
The Yale Journal of Law and Technology offers its readers a cutting-edge, dynamic environment in which to acquire and produce knowledge about the interface between law and technology. The journal publishes scholarly articles, incisive think pieces, and lectures and written pieces by guests of the Law & Technology Society as well as other scholars and professionals.