Lincoln Memorial University Law Review is an entirely student-run organization. The staff of the Law Review edits and publishes articles written by scholars, practitioners and students. Law Review participation is highly respected by members of the legal community because of the unique educational experience it provides. Service on Law Review enhances analytical, organizational, and research acumen and signifies a level of expertise in these areas that is widely recognized in the legal community.
It is the mission of the Lincoln Memorial Law Review to produce an electronic scholarly journal dedicated to providing and promoting global access to authoritative legal scholarship. The Law Review publishes a collection of articles authored by legal scholars and practitioners as well as student-written notes and comments. The Law Review seeks to facilitate legal research and disseminate authoritative information on issues of current national discourse. Submissions in furtherance of that goal will be given priority for publication.
The 2nd annual symposium entitled "Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Tennessee: Challenges & Opportunities." was held April 19, 2013. More information available here.