About This Journal
Maryland Law Review
With volume one dating back to 1936, the Maryland Law Review is the oldest journal at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and the pre-eminent student authority on developments in Maryland case law in the State of Maryland. Ranked among the top tier of national law reviews, the Maryland Law Review is also a respected voice on federal law in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
The Law Review publishes four issues annually. These issues contain scholarly work by professors, practitioners, and judges in the traditional law review format. The Law Review also publishes legal symposia. Currently, one issue per year is dedicated cyberlaw scholarship.