The Wake Forest Law Review is a student-run organization that publishes five print issues annually and is expanding its publishing with an ambitious and growing online presence. The Law Review also conducts two symposia each year focused on innovative legal topics.
Membership is determined through academic performance and/or participation in a writing competition. Students who are in the top 10 percent after their first year class are invited to join the Wake Forest Law Review. An equal number of students are invited to join based upon their scores in the writing competition and their grades. Students who are in the top 10 percent after their second year are also invited to join.
ContactEditor-in-Chief: Kayleigh Butterfield