The Albany Government Law Review is a student-edited law review, publishing articles on a variety of issues relating to legal aspects of government and public policy. Our strong connection to the school's nationally recognized Government Law Center and our location in the state capitol of New York provides us with the unique opportunity to publish critical and analytical articles written by leading scholars and academics on significant government topics. In addition to serving as an academic forum for legal scholarship, the Albany Government Law Review is designed to be an effective research tool for courts, practicing lawyers, and students.
Perhaps the most unique aspect of the Albany Government Law Review is our all-symposia format. Albany Government Law Review publishes themed issues semi-annually that feature articles from distinguished legal scholars and academics, as well as notes and comments written by our members.
All articles submitted to our law review are subjected to a rigorous editorial process. This process is designed to sharpen and strengthen substance, clarity, and citation, while preserving the author's tone and message. We consider articles for publication that are submitted and would fit within our symposia topics. For more information on submissions and the Albany Government Law Review, feel free to contact us.