The UDC Law Review is a student-run periodical that publishes articles of topical legal interest. Our aspiration is to serve the community by raising awareness of important legal issues of social concern. Due to its unique position as the journal for the only public law school in the District of Columbia, the UDC Law Review strives to address legal issues that actively affect the lives of District residents. In doing so, the UDC Law Review attempts to embody the theme of community activism and service that resonates in the law school’s mandatory clinical programs.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 23, Issue 1 (2020)
Disability Rights Past, Present And Future: A Roadmap For Disability Rights
Marcy Karin and Lara Bollinger
Diversity And Inclusion In The American Legal Profession: First Phase Findings From A National Study Of Lawyers With Disabilities And Lawyers Who Identify As LGBTQ+
Peter Blanck, Ynesse Abdul-Malak, Meera Adya, Fitore Hyseni, Mary Killeen, and Fatma Altunkol Wise
Should Veterans Disability Compensation Be Conditional Upon Veterans Working Towards Rehabilitation And Return To Employment?
Heather Ansley and Aniela Szymanski