About This Journal
Members of the Barry Law Review write an article of publishable quality during their first year of membership. Participation provides each student with an opportunity to develop analytical, research, and writing skills central to the practice of law.
Each outgoing Editorial Board selects its successors from current membership. These are recognized as among the most prestigious positions that students can attain during their law school careers.
The Barry Law Review publishes one volume per year, in two issues, Fall and Spring, and organizes annual symposiums to brings together nationally recognized educators and practitioners to highlight an area of interest.