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Aims & Scope

The Wyoming Law Journal was the legal publication of the University of Wyoming College of Law from 1946 to 1965. The journal was superseded by the Land & Water Law Review (1966-2000), and the Wyoming Law Review (2001 to present).

The Wyoming Law Review publishes articles written by practitioners and professors from across the country, as well as case notes and comments written by students attending the University of Wyoming College of Law. The law review does not publish works written by students currently attending other law schools.

The law review seeks to provide the legal profession with scholarly materials of practical worth, while continuing to help educate students. In furtherance of these objectives, the law review consists of three divisions: Land and Water Law Division, Wyoming Law Division, and General Law Division.