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Journal on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America (Brown School)
The Washington University Journal on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America is a peer-reviewed and refereed multidisciplinary journal published by Washington University in St Louis. The goal of the journal is to publish scholarly works that specifically addresses Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in American communities. We believe underserved communities should have free and open access to scientifically supported products.
JRISMA is part of the Collaboration on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America in the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Permanent URL: https://doi.org/10.7936/K7QJ7FR5.
The Political Librarian is dedicated to expanding the discussion of, promoting research on, and helping to re-envision locally focused advocacy, policy, and funding issues for libraries.
We want to bring in a variety of perspectives to the journal and do not limit our contributors to just those working in the field of library and information science. We seek submissions from researchers, practitioners, community members, or others dedicated to furthering the discussion, promoting research, and helping to re-envision tax policy and public policy on the extremely local level.
Washington University Global Studies Law Review (Law School)
Welcome to the internet home of Washington University Global Studies Law Review. Building on Washington University's distinguished reputation, Global Studies presents outstanding articles, book reviews, essays, and notes from prestigious academics, practitioners and prominent students to expand the global community's knowledge and understanding of real-world issues. Global Studies Law Review publishes quarterly.
Washington University Journal of Law & Policy (Law School)
ISSN 1533-4686 (Print)
ISSN: 1943-0000 (Online)
The Journal of Law and Policy is committed to generating a symposium-based publication that brings together communities of scholars, through a mutual and collaborative student and faculty process, emphasizing existing and emerging visions of the law in relation to interdisciplinary and multicultural perspectives, the implications of technology, and the consequences of economic globalization for the purpose of influencing law and social policy. In furtherance of this mission, the Journal of Law and Policy, unlike most law reviews, centers each volume around a pertinent theme or issue. The articles therein are authored by professors of law, legal practitioners, judges, and distinguished scholars from a variety of academic disciplines.
Washington University Jurisprudence Review (Law School)
ISSN 2160-2352 (Print)
ISSN: 2160-3375 (Online)
Washington University Jurisprudence Review is the only student-edited, in-print journal of jurisprudence in the United States. The Jurisprudence Review promotes academic discussion and scholarship at the nexus of law and legal theory by publishing two issues per year with works that contribute to analytic, normative, and comparative jurisprudence from scholars both within and without the legal academy. We also seek to enrich the law school experience by fostering critical analysis of the suppositions and theories that underpin the law school curriculum.
Washington University Law Review (Law School)
ISSN 2166-7993 (Print)
ISSN: 2166-8000 (Online)
Welcome to the Washington University Law Review full-text Archive. This Archive, with full text of all articles published from 1915 to the present, will continue to be available from this site.
Our primary website is available here.
The Washington University Undergraduate Law Review is a student-run journal featuring research papers from undergraduate students across the United States. In consultation with faculty advisors from the Washington University School of Law, WUULR staff select, edit, and publish online issues twice a year, and invite your engagement year-round at The Verdict.