Founded in 1966, the Gonzaga Law Review encourages development of the law through scholarly criticism and analysis. The Review publishes articles on the most current legal issues, providing a dependable research tool for practitioners and academics. Each issue contains material written by law professors, judges, and practicing lawyers, as well as contributions by current Gonzaga Law School students. Coming to the forefront in 2015, the Gonzaga Law Review Online now supplements the Law Review‘s tri-annual print publication by displaying short, timely, and easily accessible legal scholarship

The Law Review is held in high esteem by local and national communities, and is a member of the National Conference of Law Reviews. It is operated by Gonzaga Law School Students with the assistance of faculty advisors Cheryl Beckett and Patrick Charles.

The citations of the Law Review conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015), copyright by the Columbia Law Review Association, the Harvard Law Review Association, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and The Yale Law Journal.

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