Oklahoma City University Law Review
The Oklahoma City University Law Review is the flagship journal of academic and scholarly articles for Oklahoma City University School of Law. Our student-edited journal contains works of esteemed members of the bench and bar, dignitaries, professors, and Oklahoma City University Law Review members. Each year’s volume has three issues that are thoroughly reviewed in the respective semester of publication–summer, fall, and spring. The experience afforded to Law Review members includes intense writing and editing that have proven to be invaluable in future legal practice.
The main purposes of the Law Review are:
- To publish articles that enhance the knowledge and integrity of the legal profession;
- To provide a forum for law students who have demonstrated high academic achievement and who desire to enrich their law school experience through rigorous legal analysis, research, and writing; and
- To enrich the quality of the Oklahoma City University School of Law as a diversified institution offering excellence in legal education.
Publications are available for students on campus on the racks located just outside of the student lounge in Sarkeys Law Center and also in the Law Library, across from the circulation desk. Publications are also available online on our Issues page as well as through HeinOnline, Westlaw, and LexisNexis. Please see our subscription page to order hard-copy subscriptions.