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Loyola Law Journal
The Loyola University Chicago Law Journal is the law school's primary scholarly publication that is distributed throughout the nation's law libraries, judges' chambers, and other various legal organizations. Published continuously since 1970, the Law Journal is committed both to the examination and analysis of current legal issues and problems and to the development of the law. The Law Journal is edited and managed entirely by students and publishes the work of distinguished writers, including academics, practitioners, and judges in print and online. The Law Journal also publishes student-written notes and comments.
Volume 53 of the Law Journal consists of four issues during the 2021-2022 academic year.
On April 8, 2022, the Law Journal will host its annual symposium: Religious Liberty at a Historic Crossroads: An Examination of the American Bedrock Principle and its Unsettled Future. The event will feature a number of distinguished legal scholars discussing recent developments, including from the Supreme Court’s recent term, in areas such as religious accommodations to anti-discrimination laws, public funding and religious entities, government displays of religious symbols, and the intersection of religious conscience and healthcare. This program has been approved for 5.0 hours of Illinois MCLE credit. Full details and registration information can be found here.
The Law Journal is pleased to make available articles from Volume 53. All citations are to 53 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. ___.
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