The Saint Louis University Law Journal is the oldest publication at Saint Louis University School of Law. Law students edit and produce the Journal, which the School of Law sponsors. Eminent scholars, judges, professors, practitioners and high-achieving law students author the articles for the Journal's four annual issues.
Additionally, the Journal has launched an online companion to feature shorter-form pieces written by contributing authors.
Works published in the Saint Louis University Law Journal Online either respond to pieces published in the print version of the Journal or summarize recent court decisions from both the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the Missouri Supreme Court. The submission of short, timely pieces from any author is always welcome, and should be sent to the online editor.
Teaching Immigration Law (Spring 2023)
Volume 67, Number 3
Teaching Immigration Law
Anti-Carceral Theory and Immigration: A View From Two Law School Clinics
Sabrina Balgamwalla and Lauren E. Bartlett
On Teaching Crimmigration Law
Philip L. Torrey
Decolonizing Colorblind Asylum Narratives
Karla Mari McKanders
How Do You Teach Immoral Laws?