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 Review, click here to read the Foreword to the inaugural issue from the Executive Board.
The Interplay of Race, Gender, Class, Crime and Justice
Police Encounters with Race and Gender
Eric J. Miller
Race, Prison Discipline, and the Law
Andrea C. Armstrong
The Fiscal Savings of Accessing the Right to Legal Counsel Within Twenty-Four Hours of Arrest: Chicago and Cook County, 2013
Bryan L. Sykes, Eliza Solowiej, and Evelyn J. Patterson
A New Approach to Voir Dire on Racial Bias
As Respected as a Citizen of Old Rome: Assessing Good Moral Character in the Age of National Security
Jennifer Chin and Zeenat Hassan
The UC Irvine Law Review was featured in the Daily Journal. Click here to read how the Executive Board is setting the pace for the future.