The Law Journal for Social Justice (LJSJ) at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law provides an enduring and meaningful forum for legal discourse, scholarship, and professional development, with special focus on local, national, and international social justice issues.
The Mission of The Law Journal for Social Justice is to publish a scholarly legal journal of the highest quality and character; identify and publish scholarly articles that enlighten legal debate and advance the understanding, proper interpretation, and application of the law; encourage the highest ethical and moral conduct among legal professionals; and promote excellence in the writing, research, analytical, and professional development of its members.
Business Manager: Jennifer Hancock
Symposium Chair: Jane Ahern
Online Media Editor: Heather Ivery
Articles Editors: Aisha Alcaraz, Ashwini Dhas, Hannah Malinski
Associate Editors: Rebecca Banes, Robert Buddingh, John Burnett, Kaitlynn Carr, Virginia Chornenky, Catherine Fu, Michael Gorelik, Ian King, Courtney McMinn, Katherine Montgomery, Brandon Mouw, Jose Oliveros, Danielle Ser, Tiffany Setters, Devon Suarez, Andrew Wenker, Alexis Wood