There are eight law journals
sponsored by or otherwise affiliated with Tulane Law School. Six of these
journals are run solely by students: Tulane Law
Review, Tulane Maritime
Law Journal, Tulane Environmental
Law Journal, Tulane Journal
of International & Comparative Law, Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality,
and Tulane Journal
of Technology & Intellectual Property. The Sports Lawyers
Journal is published by the national Sports Lawyers Association,
but edited entirely by Tulane students. The Tulane European & Civil Law Forum is faculty-run and
faculty-curated, but students assist with editing.
journals are regularly cited, both nationally and internationally. A
recent Washington and Lee survey found that court citations of the Tulane
Law Review place it in the top 7% of general U.S. law journals.
According to this survey, the Tulane Maritime Law Journal is the
top-cited maritime journal, the Tulane Environmental Law Journal is the
4th most-cited environmental journal, and the Tulane Journal of
International & Comparative Law is in the top 35% of both international
law journals and comparative law journals. All the journals have improved
or maintained their rankings since last year.
Annual subscriptions and individual article downloads may be purchased at the Tulane University Law School Journal Store.
Tulane Environmental Law Journal
Tulane European & Civil Law Forum
Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law
Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality
Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property
Tulane Law Review
Tulane Maritime Law Journal
Sports Lawyers Journal