Northern Illinois University Law Review
The Northern Illinois University Law Review is a student-edited journal that publishes articles intended to assist the legal community and to stimulate critical discussion of current legal, policy and social issues.
Each year the law review selects up to twenty-five students to join the publication staff. Students must participate in a write-on competition during the summer prior to the beginning of their second year to be offered a position. Members of the law review participate in an intensive two-semester writing and production program to develop their writing and editing skills. Students retain their positions on the law review staff by submitting at least one paper of publishable quality during the first year of their membership.
The Northern Illinois University Law Review traditionally hosts a one-day Symposium each spring comprised of keynote speakers, visual presentations, and a panel of legal experts who share their views on a preselected legal topic. In conjunction with the Symposium, the Law Review publishes a Symposium Issue which is released in the summer issue of each volume.
Recordings of past symposia
- Legal and Ethical Implications of Immigration in the United States, April 17, 2020 (Please note you may need to download and install Adobe Connect on your device to view this content.)
The Northern Illinois University Law Review welcomes the submission of manuscripts concerning topics of legal interest. Please email your submission to email@example.com or use the following submission service:
Please conform to the following guidelines:
- Form: Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced. Word or Word Perfect documents are preferred.
- Citations: Textual and citation form should comply with The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Ed. 2015).
- Style: The article and footnotes should be up-to-date at the time of submission. The NIU Law Review requires articles that are heavily footnoted, timely, and original.
- Vita: Please include on the cover page of your submission the author’s full name, his or her academic and professional affiliations, and the complete address, email address and phone number of the person to whom correspondence should be sent.
- Abstract: Each manuscript should be summarized in a brief abstract of no more than 200 words.
- Process: Articles will be considered for publication by the Lead Articles Editors in a timely manner. If any part of the paper has been published elsewhere, the author must include this information at the time of submission.
- Questions: Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Except as otherwise provided, the author of each article has granted permission for copies of the article to be made available for classroom use provided that:
- Copies of the article are distributed at or below cost
- The author and the Northern Illinois University Law Review are identified clearly on the copies and
- Proper notice of copyrights are affixed to each copy.
Volume 43 Masthead
Editor-in-Chief: Joseph Gabris
Managing Editor: Robert Kudlicki
Symposium Editor: Ashleigh Zurek
Research Editor: Michael Vega
Online Editor: Izabella Kanoza
Lead Articles Editors
- Annie DeCero
- Audrey Tobyas
Notes and Comments Editors
- Sarah Farwick
- Andrew Kluge
- Adam Kwiatkowski
- Matthew Moustis
- Adedayo Oladele-Ajose
- Erica Porvaznik
- Alexandria Short
- William Belles
- McKinzie Callahan
- Ayesha Feroz
- Grace Flannery
- Patrick Gill
- Laura Goding
- Isaiah Harlan
- Joshua Jenkins
- Hector Larson
- Cheyenne Lessner
- Alexandra Marcell
- Alec Moehn
- Lydia Park
- Cheyanne Pincsak
- Jake Schutter
- Justin Scivally
- Kyla Tinsley
Professor Therese Clarke Arado
Professor Daniel McConkie
NIU Law Review
College of Law
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115-2854