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Colorado Law Review LibGuide

This guide will serve the needs of prospective and current members of the University of Colorado Law Review. This publication focuses on editing and publishing general-interest legal scholarship written by professors, practitioners, officials and student



Eugene Volokh, Writing a Student Article, 48 J. Legal Ed. 247 (1998). 

Richard Delgado, How to Write a Law Review Article, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 445 (1986). 

Heather Meeker, Stalking the Golden Topic: A Guide to Locating and Selecting Topics for Legal Research Papers, 1996 Utah L. Rev. 917 (1996)

Allison Christians, Really Basic Rules for Writing Good Papers in Law School (July 1, 2020), 23 The Green Bag 2D 181.  SSRN. 

Other Guidance

Library LibGuides are a great sources for finding materials.  Here are some from other Law Schools which discuss writing a law review note. 


NYU Law, Researching and Writing a Law Review Note or Seminar Paper. 

CU Law, Guides to Academic Legal Writing and Seminar Paper Research 

University of Washington School of Law, Gallagher Law Library, Writing For & Publishing in Law Reviews

Gonzaga University School of Law, Resources for Writing a Law Review Comment or Scholarly Paper

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