SIU Law Journal
Southern Illinois University School of Law is proud to offer the Southern Illinois University Law Journal. The Southern Illinois University Law Journal is our general journal, focusing on publishing the highest quality legal scholarship.
Faculty Advisor: Associate Professor Ed Dawson
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