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The Rutgers Race & The Law Review provides a forum for scholarship and dialogue on race, ethnicity, and the law. Established in 1996, it is the second journal in the nation to focus on the broad spectrum of multicultural issues. It addresses the concerns of people of color and covers various types of political ideologies, philosophies, and religions. Of special interests are treaties, agreements, and laws promulgated among different countries and the impact they have on diverse people. Consequently, the Race Review covers international as well as national topics of race and the law.

Rutgers Race and the Law Review is currently accepting articles for publication in upcoming volumes. Recent authors of the journal have included law students, professors, and practitioners. Authors interested in publishing in the journal can contact the Rutgers Race and the Law Review through the Submissions section of this website.

Rutgers law students interested in joining the journal as Editorial Board members are welcome and encouraged to participate in the annual "Write-On Competition" held at the end of the Spring semester each year. More information may be obtained by visiting the journal's offices on the 3rd floor of the law school or by contacting us via e-mail. In addition, "Write-On Competition" materials will be distributed to law students at the appropriate time.

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