Founded in 1948, the Oklahoma Law Review is published quarterly by University of Oklahoma College of Law to serve the profession and the public with timely discussions of state and federal legal issues. OLR’s editorial board and membership are composed of law students, who work in consultation with a faculty advisor. Each issue of the Review contains articles written by scholars and practitioners, as well as comments and notes authored by journal editors and members. OLR also publishes an annual symposium issue.
OU Law students gain admittance to OLR via high academic standing or by selection through an annual writing competition. First-year students are briefed on these two methods in the Legal Writing and Research class. Members develop invaluable skills in analyzing legal problems, marshaling authorities, and expressing themselves accurately and precisely. Academic credit is also earned for participation on OLR. Approximately fifty students take part in OLR each academic year.
The Winter 2020 issue of the Oklahoma Law Review, vol. 72, no. 2, is now available in PDF format at the Current Issues page. This issue features an article by Edward J. Imwinkelried, "'Importing' Restrictions from One Federal Rule of Evidence Provision to Another: The Limits of Legitimate Contextual Interpretation in the Age of Statutes." Also featured are two other new articles: "Jury Trial Disparities Between Class Actions and Shareholder Derivative Actions in State Courts," by Ann M. Scarlett, and "'Is Barrios the Death Knell of Bosh Claims? The Sovereign Immunity Battle Between the Oklahoma Supreme Court and Legislature over Constitutional Torts," by Hayley Stillwell.
Serving as Oklahoma Law Review editors for 2019-2020 are: Editor-in-Chief: Jonathan L. Rogers; Managing Editor: Taylor Freeman Peshehonoff; Executive Articles Editor: Bailey Betz; Articles Editors: Ryan D. Brown, Jacob M. Downs, and Karson J. Katz; Note & Comment Editors: Jacob P. Black, Courtney D. Keeling, and Nick Marr; Assistant Articles Editors: Connor Lane Ballinger, Evan J. Crumpley, Matthew Nieman, Reed C. Trechter, Grayson Powell Walker, and Allyson Wilcox; Assistant Managing Editors: Brennan T. Barger, Cooper E. Eppes, Marci J. Gracey, Justin Mai, Heather Swinburne Talley, and Isaac Z. Treadaway; Judiciary Committee: Evan J. Crumpley, Grant Scowden, and Austin Sheehy; Research Editor & Candidate Mentor: Sierra L. White; Symposium Editor: JD Weiss; Staff Editors: Natalie M. Jester and Austin Sheehy; Topic Editor & Candidate Mentor: Reed C. Trechter.
The previous issue of the Oklahoma Law Review, vol. 72, no. 1, is still available in PDF format at the Current Issues page. This issue featured articles from the OLR's February 2019 symposium, "Lawyering in the Age of Artificial Intelligence." Contributions are: "Should Robots Prosecute and Defend?," by Stephen E. Henderson; "The Promise and Limitations of Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law," by W. Bradley Wendel; "Artificial Wisdom? A Potential Limit on AI in Law (and Elsewhere)," by Joshua P. Davis; "Online Legal Document Providers and the Public Interest: Using a Certification Approach to Balance Access to Justice and Public Protection," by Susan Saab Fortney; "Minding the Gaps in Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct," by Anita Bernstein; "AI/Esq.: Impacts of Artificial Intelligence in Lawyer-Client Relationships," by Chris Chambers Goodman; "The Future Is ̶B̶r̶i̶g̶h̶t̶ Complicated: AI, Apps & Access to Justice," by Emily S. Taylor Poppe; and "When Robots Make Legal Mistakes," by Susan C. Morse.
The Oklahoma Law Review is currently reviewing articles. See the Submissions page for details.
The Oklahoma Law Review back issue archive is in the process of being relocated. PDF copies of issues going back to vol. 58, no. 1 are now available through our Digital Commons page. Additional volumes will be added in the months ahead.
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