UMKC Law Review

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Founded in 1932, the UMKC Law Review is a general-interest academic legal journal. The UMKC Law Review is a student-run journal. The principal missions of the Law Review are to contribute to legal scholarship by addressing important legal and social issues, and to educate and foster intellectual discourse at UMKC School of Law.

Each year the Law Review publishes one volume, which appears in four separate issues between November and May. Each issue contains material written by student members of the Law Review and outside contributors, such as law professors, judges, and practicing lawyers. Libraries, attorneys, judges, law firms, government agencies, and others subscribe to the Law Review.

Recent Posts: UMKC Law Review

CALL FOR PAPERS: Professional Identity in Legal Education

The UMKC Law Review Presents CALL FOR PAPERS Professional Identity in Legal Education The UMKC Law Review is pleased to announce a call for papers relating to the development of law student formation of their identities as members of a profession.  Selected papers will be published in the Special Topics Symposium Fall 2020 edition of the UMKC Law Review. This […]

Hot off the Press: Volume 87.3!

The UMKC Law Review is excited to announce Volume 87.3, our second symposium issue focusing on Administrative Law! If you are a current subscriber, we appreciate your support and we look forward to your feedback! If you are interested in subscribing to the UMKC Law Review, please follow the link, https://umkclawreview.org/subscribe/. Yours truly, The UMKC Law Review […]

2019-2020 Law Review Staff

On behalf of the UMKC Law Review board and faculty, we would like to say congratulations and welcome to our new staffers for Volume 88!

Fall 2018 Student Comment Selection

On behalf of UMKC Law Review, it is our pleasure to announce the comments that have been selected for publication! Jessie Peel, The GDPR: The Biggest Threat to the Implementation of Blockchain Technology in Global Supply Chains John Pipes, Slaying Zombie Debt: Missouri Rule 55.03 Can Prevent Time-Barred Debt Claims Through Sanctions,  Ali Barrett, How Long is […]

COMING TO A MAILBOX NEAR YOU: 87.2

Volume 87.2, one of our general issues, is headed your way! If you are a current subscriber, we appreciate your support and we look forward to your feedback! If you are interested in subscribing to the UMKC Law Review, please follow the link, https://umkclawreview.org/subscribe/. Forthcoming, Volume 87.3 will be our second symposium issue focusing on Administrative Law! […]

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