The Michigan Journal of Law & Society (MJLS) is the nation’s first law-school journal to focus on the intersections of law, history, and the social sciences. MJLS is also the nation’s first law-school journal to incorporate law students, PhD students, and a faculty editorial board into its review and editorial processes.
MJLS’ inaugural volume can be found here.
MJLS’ central goal is to imbue legal and legal-adjacent scholarship with the tools of the social sciences and humanities to enrich our understanding of the law and the lawmaking process.
MJLS combines the best elements of peer-reviewed journals and student-run journals to speed up the process by which cutting-edge scholarship can enter scholarly debates and inform the public consciousness.
MJLS publishes scholarly articles, comments, essays, and online blog posts. MJLS is soliciting student scholarship and book reviews for our second issue. If you are interested in learning more, please view our theme and submission guidelines pages.