Marquette Law Review
The first issue of the Marquette Law Review appeared in the fall of 1916. It is one of the oldest law school sponsored legal journals in the country. The Marquette Law Review is published quarterly during the school year, with the editorial staff being chosen from second- and third-year students on the basis of scholarship and writing ability. Each issue of the Marquette Law Review contains articles on legal subjects, commentary on developments in the law, and notes on recent decisions. The Marquette Law Review provides special training in legal research and writing, and is considered a valuable part of the Law School's academic program.
Marquette Sports Law Review
Marquette Sports Law Review was the first biannual scholarly journal devoted entirely to legal issues in sports law. The Review is published by students in the sports law program at Marquette University Law School under the supervision of the National Sports Law Institute and a faculty Advisory Board.
National Sports Law Institute Publications
The National Sports Law Institute also produces various other newsletters, books and publications for those interested in the field of sports law and business.
Intellectual Property Law Review
The Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review is a student-edited journal dedicated to encouraging critical, reflective thinking by scholars and practitioners regarding important cutting-edge issues in intellectual property law. The Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review provides a forum for scholarly discourse on important issues that face both domestic and international intellectual property attorneys today. Although the MIPLR is student-edited, faculty advisors make all final publication decisions to ensure that the material published is timely and substantively appropriate.
Marquette Benefits & Social Welfare Law Review
Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review publishes articles devoted to international and domestic civil rights and social justice perspectives on employee benefits, disability, elder, health, poverty, and social insurance law. Since 2002, and as formerly known as the Elder's Advisor, it has been produced by Marquette University law students who work closely with experts in the field to bring to publication a readable compendium of current issues and complex policy problems at the intersection of benefits law and social justice.