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The Social Justice Law Review is UC Davis School of Law’s dedicated public interest journal, which aims to promote the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.’s work by publishing unique, engaging pieces of scholarship relating to social justice.

The Social Justice Law Review provides scholars and practitioners the opportunity to publish their articles with one of the top public interest law schools in the nation.

Students who work on the Journal have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of important and cutting edge issues relating to social justice and to contribute to the publication of important pieces of scholarship. The Journal is an expansion of the prior Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy, which was in publication for 23 volumes. 

Pictured: Civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis addressing UC Davis Law graduates.

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