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The Seton Hall Legislative Journal is a nationally recognized periodical that focuses on legislative, statutory, regulatory topics. Authors include state and federal legislators, judges, members of the academic and practicing communities, and students. The Journal subscribers include state and federal legislators, members of the federal and state judiciary, law schools, bar associations, public libraries, and members of the academic and legal communities. Members of the Journal acquire valuable skills and expertise in legislative scholarship and in legal writing and editing.
Current Issue: Volume 43, Issue 2 (2018)
Legislative Archeology: “It's not What You Find, It's What You Find Out.”
Peter J. Mazzei, Laura C. Tharney, Samuel M. Silver, Jennifer D. Weitz, Joseph A. Pistritto, and Rachael M. Segal
Failure to Thrive? Long-Term Care’s Tenuous Long-Term Future.
A Constitutional Right to Localized Intrastate Travel
Christopher J. Mrakovcic