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ACTEC Law Journal

ACTEC, the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, is a very prestigious organization. Authors contributing to the ACTEC Law Journal include some of the most well-respected academics and practitioners in the field. The articles explore trust, estate and tax issues. Student editors are involved in the article-editing process.

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Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal

The Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal is a scholarly journal devoted to various aspects of labor and employment law. Legal practitioners and scholars are given the opportunity to submit articles for publication in this specialized field of law. In addition, each issue contains notes and comments written by students examining cases and developments in the field.

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Hofstra Law Review

The Hofstra Law Review published its inaugural issue in 1973. Since that time, we have earned and maintained our reputation as a professional and well-regarded journal.

The Hofstra Law Review enjoys full coverage by HeinOnline, Westlaw and LexisNexis. Every article published by the Law Review is accessible on these databases, assuring our authors exposure to the widest possible audience. The Hofstra Law Review enjoys an international circulation to more than 750 institutions and libraries.

Our membership consists of the finest students from each class. The top five percent of the first-year class along with the five winners of our annual writing competition are invited to join the Law Review. Our remaining members are selected based upon a combination of their grade point average and writing competition score.

Our seventeen-member Board of Editors is dedicated to providing each of our authors with the utmost in professional service and personal attention. Selected by the Law Review each February, members of the Board of Editors are committed to producing a publication of the highest quality.

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Journal of International Business and Law

The Journal of International Business and Law (JIBL), which was established in 1999, is a student-run publication that explores the interaction of business and law in the global marketplace. As the legal and business worlds collide in a global business dynamic, there exists a need for wide-ranging scholarly debate and critical thinking on a broad range of topics that is crucial to both practitioners and academicians.

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Conscience is the Hofstra School of Law student newspaper. Current news and articles are edited and written by Hofstra law students. Conscience also featured a separately published spoof/satire issue in April to commemorate April Fool's Day. (inactive)

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Hofstra Environmental Law Digest

The Hofstra Environmental Law Digest is a newsletter containing a compilation of recent environmental cases arranged by topic heading. The Digest is published biannually and prepared by the Environmental Law Society of Hofstra University School of Law. (inactive)

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Hofstra Law & Policy Symposium

The Hofstra Law & Policy Symposium is a faculty-edited publication of the Hofstra University School of Law. Each volume is dedicated to a theme of interest to the legal community and includes writings by those engaged in law and other disciplines. Three volumes were published in 1996, 1997, and 1999. (inactive)

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Hofstra Property Law Journal

The Hofstra Property Law Journal is a scholarly publication produced from 1988 to 1993 and focusing broadly on the subject of property law. It is the outgrowth of Hofstra's prior participation in publication of the International Property Investment Journal.

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Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics

The Journal of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics is a journal established to preserve a record of the proceedings of Hofstra Law School's ethics conferences. It is a collection of both the major papers and commentaries that were delivered at the 1996 and 1999 conferences hosted by the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics. (inactive)

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