The Connecticut Law Review is the oldest, largest, and most active student organization at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Its primary goal is to publish the Connecticut Law Review, a high quality journal of interest to the general legal community. Washington & Lee Law Journal Rankings currently ranks the Connecticut Law Review 51st out of over 250 student-edited, general law journals and 62nd out of 400 ranked student-edited, general and specialized law journals. The Connecticut Law Review publishes four to five issues per year. It circulates throughout all fifty states, as well as thirteen foreign countries.
Members of the Connecticut Law Review are responsible for the entire production process, from article selection to the printing of the final issue. Membership on the Connecticut Law Review provides students with the opportunity to collaborate in a collegial, academic setting and to develop legal scholarship skills that are often sought after by judges, law firms, and institutions of higher education. Members of the Connecticut Law Review take great collective pride in knowing that their efforts have contributed to the University of Connecticut School of Law earning its reputation for academic excellence.