The Fordham Law Review is a scholarly journal serving the legal profession and the public by discussing current legal issues. Each volume comprises six books, three each semester, totaling over 3,000 pages.
Managed by a board of eighteen student editors, the Law Review is a working journal, not merely an honor society. Nevertheless, Law Review membership is considered among the highest scholarly achievements at the Law School.
The Fordham Law Review is the fifth-most cited law review in cases and other journals, and ranked eleventh in Washington & Lee University's most recent annual study.