The McGeorge Law Review is a student-run, scholarly journal published on a quarterly basis. Two issues each year contain professionally written articles and student-authored comments. One issue every year contains the Review of Selected California Legislation, known as "Greensheets." Finally, one issue each year contains a symposium, focusing on a particular topic of legal significance.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 46, Issue 4 (2014) Symposium—The Long Overdue Reform of California's Sentencing Practice and Policy
Substance and Procedure in the Reform of Criminal
Franklin E. Zimring
Alcohol- and Drug-Free Housing: A Key Strategy in
Breaking the Cycle of Addiction and Recidivism
Susan F. Mandiberg and Richard L. Harris