The Saint Louis University Public Law Review was a specialty journal edited by students that published biannual issues from 1981 through 2017. It sought to address legal issues of public interest and public policy and to provide an uncensored forum to legal scholars, practicing attorneys, legislators and public interest advocates for debating significant topics of public interest law. Though the Public Law Review is no longer in operation, its archive, masthead archive and record of most recent symposia may be found here.
Last Published Issue: Shattering the Glass Ceiling: The Status of Women in the Workplace and the Change Needed for Equality (Volume XXXVI, No. 1)
The Gender Wage Gap and Work-Family Supports: Women’s Choices or Policy Choices?
Ariane Hegewisch and Emma Williams-Baron
Stereotypes as Channels and the Social Model of Discrimination
Marcia L. McCormick
What is Sexual Harassment? An Empirical Study of Perceptions of Ordinary People and Judges
Jill D. Weinberg and Laura Beth Nielsen
Bell v. Itawamba County School Board: The Need for a Balance of Freedom and Authority
Katherine D. Landfried