The Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy (THJLP) is dedicated to discussing Latino legal and public policy issues.THJLP is an academic, neutral forum open to all views to analyze novel, significant, or developing legal and public policy issues. THJLP publishes materials from within and outside the legal community as viewed by Latinos and non-Latinos, including scholarly articles, book reviews, and student notes.
The Harvard Latino Law Review provides a forum for the scholarly discussion of legal issues affecting Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Recent articles have addressed issues including the impact of appointing a Latino supreme court justice, the English-only movement, the paradox of the alien-citizen, and the future of Latino legal scholarship. HLLR is an annual publication.
The Berkeley La Raza Law Journal ("Journal") produces knowledge designed to capture the imagination of legislators, stir the consciences of judges, and provide a dynamic tool for practitioners concerned with the impact of their work on behalf of the Latinx community. The Journal was imagined in 1980 and established in 1981 by Latinx students and our allies at Berkeley Law at the University of California, Berkeley. The Journal is one of the few law reviews in the United States that center Latinx conditions, communities, and identities.
If there is a journal you think should be included in the collection, please email the library at LaValleyLaw@utoledo.edu. Thank you!