Supra is the online companion to the Mississippi Law Journal. Meaning, Supra is an independent online publication, wholly separate from the Journal. This online publication generally features shorter pieces than the Journal, which include: (1) short essays by faculty members, other scholars, and practitioners; (2) full-length articles; and (3) student comments.



Supra’s goal is to create and facilitate a forum for scholarly content to foster a platform of discussion on current events and legal issues. One of Supra’s important features is it easily refers a reader to a previously cited authority. Through Supra, our readers are given a synthesis of previously cited materials to help guide their studies and decisions.

Although new content is added to the site periodically, all articles are archived for later viewing.


Supra Format & Citation

Supra is formatted and paginated like Journal’s printed volume. Supra should be cited as follows: Author’s Name, Content Title, 81 Miss. L.J. Supra 1 (2012),



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