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Law Journal for Social Justice
") at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law was created in 2009, in efforts to foster scholary discourse regarding various issues of social justice.
With the goal of encouraging diverse subject matter, the original executive board was composed of members from the Indian Legal Program, Chicano Latino Law Students Association and Black Law Students Association. At a time of racial tension and historical legislative enactments at both the state and national level, the founders of
realized the importance of providing a forum for practitioners and academics to discuss issues and solutions regarding social justice. As a result
was founded as an online student-edited interdisciplinary journal, publishing traditional articles and non-traditional content. Publications are also focused on symposia where issues of social justice are addressed in an open and interactive format.
With its inception,
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Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology
. The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law has a proud history of supporting a diverse student body.
was established to continue this tradition and provide a platform for students interested in addressing issues of social justice.