About Cleveland State Law Review
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2021-2022 Cleveland State Law Review Staff

The Cleveland State Law Review, originally founded in 1952 as the Cleveland-Marshall Law Review, is a student-run organization whose primary purposes are to publish a high-quality journal of legal scholarship and to promote academic excellence in the law school community. The Law Review publishes four issues annually, containing the scholarly works of legal academics, judges, practitioners, and students.