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The University of the Pacific Law Review

The University of the Pacific Law Review is a student-run, scholarly journal published on a quarterly basis, containing articles written by members of the bar and bench, legal analysis and commentary on cutting-edge transnational issues, student-authored comments, and student-authored reviews of recently enacted California legislation.

Board of Editors — Volume 51
  • Hayley E. Graves — Editor-in-Chief
  • DJ Mico — Chief Managing Editor
  • Amy Seilliere — Chief Technical Editor
  • Jade Gasek — Chief Comment Editor
  • Thomas A. Gerhart, — Chief Legislation Editor
  • MaryJo Smart — Chief Articles & Symposium Editor
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Subscriptions will be automatically renewed each fall unless a cancellation request is received prior to September to prevent mailing of the fall issue. If a subscriber wishes to cancel mid-year, the Law Review would prefer to complete the mailing of the issues to complete the volume. The subscriber is responsible for any issues mailed prior to the date of the cancellation request. Duplicate copies of the Law Review will be sent with charge if non-delivery is based upon a change of address without notification.

A notice of the subscriber's change of address must be received at least sixty (60) days before the date of the issue for which it is to take effect. Unless a claim is made for non-receipt of an issue (other than for an address change) within sixty (60) days of publication, that issue will not be supplied free of charge.

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The University of the Pacific Law Review
McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific
3200 Fifth Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95817

Notices of an address change can also be sent via fax to 916.739.7360.


The University of the Pacific Law Review is currently accepting submissions from academicians and practicing attorneys. The University of the Pacific Law Review also welcomes submissions that specifically respond to any piece published by the journal over the past five years. Please submit articles via Scholastica (below) or by email to All submissions should be in MS Word format. Authors should provide a curriculum vitae and a cover letter with the author's name, affiliation, address, phone number, and email address.

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