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Journals & Publications Support
The Office of Student Affairs provides administrative support to the subject-specific journals, including assistance with publication processes, budget monitoring and management, and web site maintenance. Journal members with questions about journal operations should contact Joe Lynch or Sachi Rodgers.
Guidelines to help journals through their publications process can be found on the Student Activities Resources site. (Yale NetID required).
When you visit the websites of any Law School student journals, you will be leaving the Yale Law School website. The information contained on the pages you visit is not maintained by Yale Law School and may not represent official statements or views of Yale Law School.
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 second- and third-year students manages and produces eight issues of the Journal per year.
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism
The Yale Journal of Law and Feminism (LawFem) is the only journal at Yale devoted to exploring women's experiences as they have been structured, affected, controlled, discussed, and ignored by the law. We publish pieces featuring differing feminist perspectives on a variety of topics.
Yale Journal of Law and Technology
The Yale Journal of Law and Technology (YJoLT) is the #1 online-only journal in the U.S. The journal offers a network of tech-focused law students and exposure to cutting-edge legal scholarship. If you are passionate about robotics, science, privacy and beyond, join our community!