The Utah Law Review was founded in 1948 with the purpose of serving the interests of students, the bench, and the bars of the state and surrounding areas. Since then, its scope has expanded to include legal issues of importance both domestically and internationally.
The Utah Law Review is a student-run organization, with all editorial and organizational decisions made by student-editors enrolled at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. The Utah Law Review publishes four issues per year, with each issue containing approximately 250 pages of legal scholarship.
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Copyright for articles published in this journal is retained by the Utah Law Review Society. In addition to the rights to copy that are granted by law, the owner of the copyright of each article published in this issue, except as expressly otherwise noted, grants permission for copies of that article to be made and used for educational purposes by nonprofit educational institutions, provided that the author and journal are identified, that proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy of the article, and that copies are distributed at or below cost.
- Political ethics
- Ethics of political systems
- Economic ethics
- Cultural ethics
- Media/communication/information ethics
- Religious ethics
- Rights based legal ethics