Faulkner Law Review
The Faulkner Law Review publishes a varied body of legal scholarship with the purpose of advancing legal discussion of timely theoretical and practical legal issues among the professional and academic communities.
The Faulkner Law Review strives to develop the legal writing skills of its members, improve their ability to engage in high level legal analysis, and assist in the fulfillment of the Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law's overall mission to produce lawyers with the highest professional and ethical standards.
The Faulkner Law Review endeavors to advance the Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law's visibility and reputation in the Southeast and in the greater legal community through the production of a quality scholarly publication.
Call for Papers: FROM MAGNA CARTA TO THE MONTGOMERY MARCH:
THE CAREER OF RIGHTS IN THE ANGLO-AMERICAN LEGAL TRADITION