Law Review

We’re here to engage in critical analysis.

Since its first edition in spring 1968, the Creighton Law Review has been providing what the late Chief Justice Earl Warren referred to in that inaugural issue as “a forum in which able minds subject existing legal principles to critical analysis within the context of changing conditions and in which imaginative alternatives to today’s solutions are aired and tested through vigorous informal debate.” The Review is published by students four times each year.

Our Mission

The Creighton Law Review’s mission is to inform, educate and serve the legal community, emphasizing the legal issues that impact the State of Nebraska and the Eighth Circuit. It also creates a forum for law students to develop academic, research, analytical and scholarly writing skills.