Loyola Consumer Law Review

The Consumer Law Review (CLR), published three times per year, is the only law review of its kind in the country. The CLR is dedicated to examining legal issues as they relate to consumers. Our publication provides a forum for dialogue among practitioners, law professors, and the rest of our broad subscriber base. Because of the CLR's wide subscriber base, the editors strive to avoid "legalese" and heavy footnoting while maintaining the highest level of scholarship in the field.

The CLR is devoted to featuring articles regarding the effect of developing legal issues on both consumers themselves and on the practice of law as it relates to consumers. Recent issues have included articles on advertising, financing, debt collection, product safety, professional services, insurance, consumer credit, corporate corruption, and consumer privacy. CLR articles may be found in their entirety on Westlaw and Lexis. Many law libraries also subscribe to the CLR.


The CLR's practical and reputable articles have been used and cited to by the Honorable Rebecca R. Pallmeyer of the Northern District of Illinois, in Congressional testimony, and in over forty different law reviews, as well as in many other legal and non-legal publications. Not to mention, the CLR is one of Ralph Nader's "favorite publications!" (THE TIMES UNION, Sept. 4, 1999, at A9.)

Subscription Information

If you are not yet a subscriber, but would like to be one, contact Executive Editor/Managing Editor, Morgan Schulhof at mschulhof@luc.edu or (312) 915-7181.  We publish three issues each year, for an annual subscription fee of $15. 

Executive Board


Sarah Muenzer

Executive Editor
Amanda Tagliarino

Managing Editor
Alex Piechowicz

Publications Editor
Alex Piechowicz

Features Articles Editors
Blake Koloseike, Haleigh Haffner, Andre Hunter

News Editor

Rebecca Garcia

Senior Staff Editors
Jackson Hicks
Joshua Epstein
Evan Creegould
Gregory O’Connor
Conor Higgins
Cha’yra Eddie-Zarate
Keeley Sawyer
Andrew Potter
Kristina Keane
Kevin Kanavy
Bailey Jones
Anureet Sandhu

Symposium Editor

Suzanne Grossman

Staff Editors

Kimberly Kennedy
Elizabeth Flores
Todd Postma
Skyler Hughes
Alexander Box
Caitlin Figueroa

Christian Lagorio
Stephanie Urness
Mary Bauer
Reeny John
Jacob Kupferman
Vikas Patel
Adrian Gonzalez Cerillo

Brittany Green
Yunge Li
Justin Deffenbacher
Alicia Marsiglia
Matthew Mrazek
Shane Stover
Elizabeth Miller

Faculty Advisor, Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Professor Spencer Weber Waller


Professor Lea Krivinskas Shepard

Advisory Board

Theresa Amato

Shearman & Sterling

Washington, DC


Beth Farmer

Dickinson School of Law

University Park, PA


Eric Olson

Federal Trade Commission

Washington, DC

Joseph P. Bauer

Notre Dame Law School

South Bend, IN


Michael Faure

Mastricht University

The Netherlands


Dee Pridgen

U. of Wyoming College of Law

Laramie, WY


Susan Block-Lieb

Fordham U. School of Law

New York, NY


Paul George

Texas A & M University School of Law

Fort Worth, TX


Don A. Resnikoff

Don Resnikoff Law

Washington, DC

M. Neil Browne

Bowling Green State U.

Bowling Green, OH


Thomas Grande

Grande Law Offices

Honolulu, HI

Paul H. Schieber

Stevens & Lee P.C.

Philadelphia, PA

Mark Budnitz

Georgia St. U. College of Law

Atlanta, GA


Paul E. Kantwill

Loyola University Chicago

Chicago, IL

Heidi Schooner

Columbus School of Law

Washington, DC

Stephen Calkins

Wayne State U. School of Law

Detroit, MI


Daniel R. Karon

Karon, LLC

Cleveland, OH


Jeff Sovern

St. John’s U. School of Law

Queens, NY

Shirley Chiu

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Washington, DC


Jason Kilborn

The John Marshall Law School

Chicago, IL

Bob Sullivan

Author and Investigative Journalist


Kati Cseres

Amsterdam Centre for European Law & Governance

Amsterdam, NL


Robert Lande

U. of Baltimore School of Law

Baltimore, MD

David C. Vladeck

Georgetown University Law Center

Washington, DC


Daniel A. Edelman

Edelman, Combs, Latturner & Goodwin, LLC

Chicago, IL


Salil Mehra

Temple U. School of Law

Philadelphia, PA


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