Founded in 1990, the Civil Rights Law Journal is published three times a year by a Board of Editors comprised of select students at George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia. The Board’s goal is to provide informative and innovative commentary on a wide variety of issues pertaining to civil rights that contribute to the legal community. The Civil Rights Law Journal serves as a forum for thought-provoking scholarly articles written by leading academics and experienced practitioners on current legal developments. The articles selected for publication each year promote a greater understanding of civil rights laws and precedent, serve as a catalyst for legal change and development, and provide a source of legal authority and analysis to the legal community.
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