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Catholic University Law Review

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The Catholic University Law Review is a student-run quarterly law review published by the Columbus School of Law (The Catholic University of America). Overview The journal was established in 1950 and is the Columbus School of Law's oldest legal journal. The Catholic University Law Review publishes articles, book reviews, and essays, in addition to notes and comments written by student staff members. Its 2016 impact factor was 0.309, ranking it 125th among 149 journals listed in the "Law" category of the Journal Citation Reports. Notable alumni Notable alumni include Chief Judge Edward J. Damich of the United States Court of Federal Claims. Staff and selection of membership The Law Review selects approximately 50 second- and third-year law students for membership. This selection occurs through the Law School's writing competition and students' academic performance. During the spring semester, first- and second-year students participate in a write-on
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