Washington University Jurisprudence Review is the only student-edited, in-print journal of jurisprudence in the United States. The Jurisprudence Review promotes academic discussion and scholarship at the nexus of law and legal theory by publishing two issues per year with works that contribute to analytic, normative, and comparative jurisprudence from scholars both within and without the legal academy. We also seek to enrich the law school experience by fostering critical analysis of the suppositions and theories that underpin the law school curriculum.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2 (2014)
Holding the Bench Accountable: Judges Qua Representatives
John L. Warren III
Reasonable Rage: The Problem with Stereotypes in Provocation Cases
Nicole A.K. Matlock
An Argument for Incentivizing Voluntary Regulation of the Fashion and Modeling Industries
Allison Clyne Tschannen