As part of an ongoing strategic restructuring at McGeorge School of Law, the Faculty has decided to merge the School’s two student publications: The McGeorge Law Review and The Global Business & Development Law Journal into a new law review entitled The University of the Pacific Law Review.
Building on the best traditions of both its predecessors, our new law review will maintain our focus on innovative scholarship regarding legal and policy issues of local, national, and global concern. We will also continue our annual Greensheets issue and contributions to symposia convened by our Global Center, Capital Center for Law and Policy, and Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution.
The annual subscription rate of The University of the Pacific Law Review is $20.
The McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal was founded in 1988 as The Transnational Lawyer (TTL) and played a central role in McGeorge’s commitment to building a comprehensive and diversified international curriculum. At that time, transnational law practice was void of legal scholarship and needed guidance. TTL provided a unique forum for practitioners, legal scholars, and academicians across the world to inform, share, and discuss transnational legal issues. In December 2005, The Transnational Lawyer changed its name to McGeorge Global Business and Development Law Journal. One reason for the title change was to reflect the parallel goals of the journal and the Center for Global Business & Development.
To request permission to reprint McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal articles and The Transnational Lawyer articles, please send your request to:
McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal
Attn: Articles Department
3200 Fifth Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95817