The School of Law’s wide array of scholarly law journals provides students with the opportunity to develop research and writing skills and make important contributions to legal scholarship.
The Buffalo Environmental Law Journal publishes high-quality articles that analyze legal environmental issues, including those surrounding climate change, energy, natural resources management, land use and pollution. BELJ publishes articles written by practitioners, professors and students, and is entirely edited by School of Law students. Membership provides an excellent opportunity for students to participate in environmental legal discourse and hone their management, organizational, research and editing skills.
Editor-in-Chief: Meghan McElligott
Executive Editor: Anna Stern
Managing Editor: Daryn Loy
Articles Editors: Hannah Anderson, Ashley Burr, Dom Mirizio, Meghan Zickl
Submissions Editors: Sam Rubino, Julia O’Sullivan, Colton Kells, Taylor Erhardt, Kenisha Flowers
Contact Us: Room 603, O'Brian Hall, Belj1993@gmail.com
The Buffalo Human Rights Law Review is published annually. BHRLR focuses on issues of human rights, including topics that apply an interdisciplinary approach. The Review promotes the global development and practical application of human rights law.
Editor in Chief: Mary Hamilton
Executive Editor: Erica Chiodo
Managing Editor: Meghan Carrig
Executive Publications Editors: Kristen Lew, Richard Barney
Publications Editors: Erin Barry, Erin Killian
Submissions Editors: Leighann Ramirez, Diana Ganis, Erin Barry
Faculty Advisor: Prof. Tara Melish
Contact Us: Room 604, O'Brian Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Buffalo Law Review, published since 1951, publishes 5 issues per year, with each issue containing articles from scholars, practitioners, and judges. The Law Review also publishes member-written pieces on contemporary legal issues.
The Buffalo Law Review prides itself on maintaining the highest level of integrity and objectivity in its selection process. Admission to the Law Review is open to the entire student body. Every year 28 to 32 new members are selected. The first 20 are selected based on first-year grades, a Bluebook exam, and casenote scores. Admission for the remaining 8 to 12 seats is based solely on a combination of casenote and Bluebook exam scores. Members may also be added from students transferring to the School of Law, based on casenote and Bluebook exam scores.
Editor-in-Chief: John Kuebler
Executive Editor: Meghan Carrig
Executive Publications Editors: Christine Naassana, Anthony Serianni, Charles Terranova, Courtney Way
Managing Editor: Rosellen Marohn
Head Note & Comment Editor: Jessica Simonetti
Business Editor: Heather Kimmins
Contact Us: Room 605, O'Brian Hall, 716-645-2059
Buddhism, Law & Society is the first interdisciplinary academic journal to focus on Buddhist law and the relationship between Buddhism, law, and society. Buddhism and its many social and legal manifestations are a central area of interest for the journal, as are the state’s legal relations to Buddhist actors, institutions and texts.
For general inquiries, please contact Professor Rebecca French at email@example.com.