The University of Mississippi School of Law publishes a number of journals which provide students practical opportunities to develop legal writing and editing skills. Below are three of the School’s Law Journals:
Mississippi Law Journal
The Mississippi Law Journal, serving the Mississippi Bar since 1928, operates as the primary law review of the University of Mississippi School of Law. Its scholarly publication includes general-interest articles authored by students, faculty, scholars and practitioners focusing on both regional and national issues.
The law school’s top academic students are members of the Journal. In addition to the publication of the primary print volume, these students’ responsibilities include the production of Supra, an online publication, and a weekly case briefing service for subscribing attorneys.
Journal of Space Law
The National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center (Center) at the University of Mississippi School of Law publishes the Journal of Space Law. It is a faculty directed, student – edited law review. This law review is devoted to space law and the legal problems arising out of human activities in outer space. It publishes two issues per year and has been published since 1973.
Mississippi Sports Law Review
The Mississippi Sports Law Review is a student-run scholarly publication producing a bi-annual journal that addresses current legal issues that arise in collegiate and professional sports. The Review hopes to contribute to the growth of Sports Law as an academic discipline and add to its growing legitimacy in the academic community.