The Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (JCRSJ) is a biannual scholarly publication focusing on legal issues that affect historically underrepresented classes of persons. JCRSJ has published articles covering a wide variety of subject matters, including real estate, education, healthcare, family, environment, public welfare, and international rights. JCRSJ‘s mission is to explore the intersection of majority and minority culture through discrete legal issues. To that end, JCRSJ seeks to provide a space for scholars of all persuasions to expand and develop a theoretical, critical, and socially relevant dialogue with the legal community. The articles published by JCRSJ are building blocks for understanding the issues that face our society today.
The Journal publishes at least two editions per year, one of which memorializes the annual symposium sponsored by JCRSJ.
Should you have questions/comments, or wish to submit materials for publication, please contact the JCRSJ Editorial Board at JCRSJ@law.wlu.edu.