Rutgers Race & the Law Review is looking for submissions for our Spring 2020 publication. The Race Review provides a forum for the analysis and discussion of the relationship between race and the law. The idea for the Race Review originated with students at Rutgers School of Law - Newark, who were perplexed by the fact that the school which has a progressive tradition and the largest affirmative action program in the nation, had no law journal specifically devoted to issues of race, ethnicity, and culture.
The Race Review has created a forum where legal scholars and students openly discuss issues of race as they relate to the law. Race frequently surfaces as an issue in the judicial system today, yet the availability of discussion in legal journals does not reflect the importance of its role. The goal of the Race Review is to fill this void.