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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.
The Barry University School of Law Child and Family Law Journal (CFLJ) incorporates scholarly articles discussing all topics related to child and family law, including contributions by distinguished authors in legal and interdisciplinary fields. Child and family law addresses such legal matters as adoption, civil unions, marriages, divorces, prenuptial agreements, child custody, property settlements, juvenile adjudication, and much more. The Child and Family Law Journal is managed and edited by their Executive Board and a team of Associate Editors, all under the direction of Dean Leticia Diaz and their Faculty Advisor, Professor Sonya Garza.
The Barry University School of Law Environmental and Earth Law Journal (EELJ) promotes new visions and perspectives on Social and Ecological Justice, as well as facilitates an enlightened discourse on issues and topics affecting human populations and the natural world. The Journal strives to publish articles that are valuable research tools for students, attorneys, judges, and legal scholars. The Environmental and Earth Law Journal is managed and edited by the student members, under the direction of Dean Diaz and Professor Linda Coco.
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