The National Conference of Law Reviews (NCLR) is a voluntary organization of law reviews in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The NCLR is devoted to helping its members to better serve both the academic and legal communities. In pursuit of this goal, the NCLR holds an annual conference each spring. The conference offers law review editors from member publications the opportunity to exchange ideas on issues common to student-edited law journals.
The Texas Wesleyan Law Review is the current National Headquarters Review. As the Headquarters Review, Texas Wesleyan Law Review is responsible for the annual membership drive, collecting membership dues, maintaining the NCLR website, coordinating bidding for and hosting the Annual Conference, and conducting the annual board meeting. Additionally, one member of the Headquarter Review's Board of Editors serves as NCLR President each year the review serves as the Headquarters Review. Texas Wesleyan Law Review's term as the National Headquarters Review is coming to an end, creating an opportunity for a new review to take on this role. If your law review or journal is interested in applying to become the new National Headquarters Review, please contact Michaela Bazar, NCLR President, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.