The University of the District of Columbia Law Review (UDC Law Review) invites articles for our next volume topic: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in America.
About UDC Law
The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law (UDC Law) is the only public law school in the nation’s capital and one of only six law schools at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). UDC Law is committed to the public interest, using the law to help those in need and reshape our community. Its student body is one of the most diverse in the United States, with significant representation of women, minorities, and older students. The law school is also ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top law schools in the nation for clinical training.
About UDC Law Review
The UDC Law Review is a student-run periodical that publishes articles of topical legal interest. Our aspiration is to serve the community by raising awareness about issues of legal and social concern. UDC Law Review attempts to embody the theme of community activism and service that resonates in the law school’s clinical programs. Our motto is Activism Meets Scholarship.
Topics for this volume
We are particularly interested in articles related to voter rights and voter suppression, affirmative action, LGBTQIA+ rights, employee rights, and the free exercise of religion. However, we invite other articles on related topics. Specifically, we invite articles that address the following topics:
- Recent (within the past few years) state legislation or judicial opinions that impact or have the potential to significantly impact an individual’s civil rights or civil liberties.
- Recent (within the past few years) federal legislation or judicial opinions that impact or have the potential to significantly impact an individual’s civil rights or civil liberties.