Welcome to the UC Irvine Law Review website. The Law Review was founded in the spring of 2010 and published its inaugural issue in March 2011. For more information on the founding the UC Irvine Law Reviewclick here to read the Foreword to the inaugural issue from the Executive Board.

Please see our latest issue below.

Volume 6: Issue No. 2 • June 2016


Table of Contents


The Interplay of Race, Gender, Class, Crime, and Justice II


Introduction: New Legal Realism at Ten Years and Beyond
Bryant Garth and Elizabeth Mertz


Data, and High Theory
Brian H. Bix

New Legal Realism: Unpacking a Proposed Definition
Stewart Macaulay

Peer Review: Navigating Uncertainty in the United States Jury System
Anna Offit

Efficiency Unbound: Processual Deterrence for a New Legal Realism
Riaz Tejani


Afterword: Everything Old . . .
Mario L. Barnes


Is the Political Question Doctrine Jurisdictional or Prudential?
Ron Park


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