Public Interest Law Journal

The Public Interest Law Journal (PILJ) is published two times a year and is a non-partisan publication dedicated to the public interest. The Journal publishes on numerous topics, including such disciplines as Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, legal ethics, education, the environment and civil rights. The Journal is edited by second- and third-year students selected for membership on the basis of a writing competition.

Each volume contains various articles relating to public interest written by practicing lawyers, professors, judges, scholars and public officials, as well as book reviews, current developments in the law and other commentaries. In addition, the Journal publishes student-written notes on current public interest issues.