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Columbia Business Law Review
... Columbia Business Law Review (CBLR) is a law journal published by students at Columbia Law School ... It is the second most-cited student-edited business law journal and the sixth most-cited business law journal ... CBLR publishes three issues each year and includes leading articles in business law and student-written notes ...
Louis Arthur Grimes School Of Law - History
... legislature created the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law and Government that same year at the university ... In 1954, the law school began offering classes ... Grimes founded the school, named it after his father Louis Arthur Grimes, and served as the law school’s first dean ...
List Of Intellectual Property Law Journals - Academic and Business, By Language - English
... Berkeley Technology Law Journal Cybaris epi Information European Intellectual Property Review Fleet Street Reports Cases on Intellectual Property Law ...
List Of Law Journals - United States - Other
... Construction Law Journal Harvard Journal of Law Technology Immigration and Nationality Law Review Journal of Intellectual Property Law Practice Journal of Law and Commerce Journal of ...
Duke Law Journal
... The Duke Law Journal (Bluebook abbreviation Duke L ... J.) is a student-run law review published at Duke University School of Law ... The journal publishes general-interest articles and student notes in eight issues each year ...

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