Federal Courts Law Review

The Federal Courts Law Review is an electronic law review dedicated to legal scholarship relating to federal courts. The Review was founded in 1997 and is a publication of the Federal Magistrate Judges Association.

The Review’s peer editorial board is composed of United States Magistrate Judges and law school professors and uniquely combines the insight of the federal judiciary with the perspective of law school academics.

Since 2016, the Review’s student editorial board has been composed of the editors of the Mississippi Law Journal as part of a formal partnership between the two publications, one which also includes a joint FCLR-MLJ printed volume of the Mississippi Law Journal.

If you are interested in submitting to the FCLR, please visit their website here.