CREIGHTON LAW REVIEW
The Creighton Law Review is a legal journal published by the students of the Creighton University School of Law. Founded in 1967, the first edition of the Creighton Law Review was published in the spring of 1968. The mission of Creighton Law Review is to inform, educate, and serve the legal community, emphasizing the legal issues impacting Nebraska and the Eighth Circuit, and to provide a forum dedicated to the development of academic, research, analytical, and scholarly writing skills among law students.
The Creighton Law Review is published in four annual editions. Learn more at Creighton Law Review.
CREIGHTON INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW JOURNAL (CICLJ)
The Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal (CICLJ) is a legal journal specializing in international law. CICLJ was founded in 2010, and published its first edition in the spring of 2011. The CICLJ covers a broad array of international law issues in an innovative publishing format.
The CICLJ is published exclusively in electronic sources. The CICLJ believes this format will be the preferred method for publishing legal journals in the future, as it allows for both easier reading and a richer reading environment. The CICLJ is accessible through this webpage, Westlaw, and Lexis-Nexis. Articles are published in multiple formats for both ease of use and ease of research. Learn more at Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal (CICLJ).