The Barry Law Review is a forum for scholars, practitioners, and students to publish high-quality legal scholarship on contemporary issues. Managed by student editors under the direction of a faculty advisor, the Barry Law Review is an invitation-only organization that recognizes second- and third-year law students for their outstanding academic achievement and writing skills.
Current Issue: Volume 26, Issue 2 (2021)
The Psychology of Apologies in the Legal System: Will Apologies Save Governors Snyder and Cuomo?
M. Katie Cunius and Monica Miller