Columbia Law Review

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The Columbia Law Review is a student edited and published legal academic journal at the law school. It was founded in 1901 by Joseph Corrigan and John Woolsey, who served as the Review 's first editor-in-chief and secretary.

The Review publishes eight issues per year, and ranks third for submissions and citations within legal academia. It receives about 1,500 submissions per year and selects approximately 25 manuscripts for publication. The Review also regularly publishes scholarly essays and student notes.

Alumni include Supreme Court justices William O. Douglas and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, law school professor Herbert Wechsler, and former New York Governor George Pataki.

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