The Western New England Law Review, established in 1978, is published by students at Western New England University School of Law. The Board of Editors and Junior Staff consist of students who are selected based on academic performance, or on their performance in a write-on competition. Each issue of the Law Review typically consists of essays and articles, written by legal scholars and practitioners, and student “notes,” written by Law Review members during their first year on the Law Review. The Law Review gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the School of Law and the advice and assistance of its Faculty.
Current Issue: Volume 43, Issue 1 (2022)
LEGAL EDUCATION—OPEN YOUR CASEBOOKS PLEASE: IDENTIFYING OPEN ACCESS ALTERNATIVES TO LANGDELL’S LEGACY
Emma M. Wood and Misty N. Peltz-Steele
FAMILY LAW—THE REVICTIMIZATION OF SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR CHILDREN: THE HEARTBREAKING UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF SEPARATING CHILDREN FROM THEIR ABUSED PARENT
Jeanne M. Kaiser and Caroline M. Foley