The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal is a student-run, scholarly law review housed at the University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, Connecticut that publishes works in traditional print format as well as online, located at www.cpilj.org. The articles are authored by professors, judges, practitioners, and students. Founded in 1999, its primary purpose is to further discussion of the legal aspects of public interest priorities relating to the many crucial political, economic, and social issues facing under-represented people.
All its publications are subjected to a rigorous editorial process designed to sharpen and strengthen substance, tone, and accuracy.
It was recently named one of the top five civil rights law journals in the United States by ExpressO, a leading law review submission organization operated by the Berkeley Electronic Press.
EXECUTIVE EDITORS Nate Folkemer Maggie Hallet Kinga Kostaniak Scott Simpson Justin Taylor
ARTICLES EDITORS Dave Ewen Christina Marshall Trent Nutting Matt Rich
COMPETITION EDITOR Scott Madeo SYMPOSIUM EDITORS Dallas Dodge Jared Grise Meg Reilly
TECHNOLOGY EDITOR Keisha Palmer NOTES & COMMENTS EDITORS Sandra Bouchard Joanne Cossitt Dan Ryan J.P. Schwartz
SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS Katherine Gonzalez Elizabeth Ullman Rachel Wilcox