The University of Cincinnati Law Review’s lineage dates back to 1927. The journal was the the first to be published by an Ohio law school. The Law Review is edited and published entirely by students at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The Law Review publishes four issues per year and also sponsors symposia focusing on current legal topics.
Below you will find our most recently published articles. For older articles please visit scholarship.law.uc.edu/uclr.
Recent and Featured Articles:
Volume 90, Issue 4 (2022)
- A Tipping Point in Ohio: The Primacy Model as a Path to a Consistent Application of Judicial Federalism by The Honorable Pierre Bergeron
- Incomplete International Investment Law — Applying the Incomplete Contract Theory by Tae Jung Park
- Not Groovy Man: Psilocybin’s Long and Complicated History with the Law, and Its Potential to Treat the Growing Mental Health Crisis in America by Zachary LeCompte
- Probing for Holes in the 100-Year-Old Baseball Exemption: A New Post-Alston Challenge by Sam C. Ehrlich
- Prospects for Legal Analytics: Some Approaches to Extracting More Meaning from Legal Texts by Kevin D. Ashley
- In Defense of Self and Home: The Problems with Limiting Second Amendment Rights for Young Adults Based on Their Age by Andrew White
- Mitigating the Discretion Disaster: How Changes in the Law Can Help FEMA Effectuate Its Critical Mission by Paul G. Rando
- A COVID Silver Lining? How Telework May Be a Reasonable Accommodation After All by Baylee Kalmbach
- The Fate of Comment 8: Analyzing a Lawyer’s Ethical Obligation of Technological Competence by Lisa Z. Rosenof
- All of the Products, None of the Liability: Examining the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Decision in Stiner v. Amazon.com, Inc. by Danny O’Connor