Each year, the NCLR holds a conference hosted by a member publication. The conference allows law review editors from member publications an opportunity to exchange ideas on issues common to student-edited publications.
Typically, the annual conference is a four-day event that includes panels of law review editors, faculty advisors, and academic authors. Conference attendees also have the opportunity to hear from the foremost members from the legal community, meet with publishing and other service vendors, and socialize with a diverse group of law review editors from across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Upcoming Conferences:2018 Conference - Hosted by The John Marshall School of Law, Chicago, IL
2017 Conference - Hosted by Florida Coastal School of Law
Prior Conferences:2016 Conference - Hosted by Syracuse Law Review
2015 Conference - Hosted by University of Louisville Law Review
2013 Conference - Hosted by Thomas M. Cooley Law School
2012 Conference - Hosted by Roger Williams University Law Review.
2011 Conference - Hosted by Thomas Jefferson Law Review
2010 Conference - Hosted by Texas Wesleyan Law Review