"Designed to meet the needs of lawyers on a practical and down-to-earth level." - Former Iowa Law School Dean Larry Blades
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The Journal of Corporation Law is the nation’s oldest student-published legal periodical specializing in corporate law.
JCL enjoys a large and influential audience worldwide. For example, the Journal currently is received by a vast amount of the largest law firms in the United States, accredited law school libraries, and by most federal courts.
Oldest student-published legal periodical specializing in corporate law.
Our students are dedicated to publishing the best journal.
Examining subjects of current importance to businesses, scholars, and the bar.
Frequently Asked Questions
These are just some of the most common questions we get asked. For anything else, please contact us – we would be delighted to help.
How do I submit articles to the Journal?
You may submit articles to the Journal through Scholastic or by emailing email@example.com. Please see our submissions page for more details.
How much does a Journal subscription cost?
The Journal costs $48 for a domestic annual subscription and $56 for a foreign annual subscription.
How many issues does the Journal publish each year?
Each Volume has 4 issues: Fall, winter, Spring, and Summer.