About This Journal
Law Review members are required to write an article of publishable quality during their first year of membership. Participation on Law Review provides each student with an opportunity to develop and refine analytical, research, organizational, and writing skills that are paramount in the successful practice of law. Each outgoing Editorial Board selects, from among the current members, the students who will become the next year’s Editorial Board. These positions are recognized as among the most prestigious students can attain during their law school careers. Editorial Board members are highly sought after by employers who recognize the dedication and commitment to excellence that being a member of Barry Law Review
requires. Barry Law Review
publishes one volume per year, consisting of two issues, one issue published in the fall semester and one issue published in the spring. Every other year, Barry Law Review
brings together nationally recognized educators and practitioners to participate in a Symposium, highlighting an emerging area of law or area of particular interest. In February 2014, Barry Law Review
hosted a CLE-accredited Symposium focused on "Florida Self-Defense and Ethical Prosecution in the Wake of the Zimmerman Trial."