The Tennessee Law Review is published quarterly and edited by the students of The University of Tennessee College of Law.
Transactions: Tennessee Journal of Business Law is published twice annually and edited by students in association with The University of Tennessee College of Law’s Clayton Center for Entrepreneurial Law.
Tennessee Journal of Law & Policy is a student-produced journal that is published three times per year and explores issue at the intersection of law and public policy.
The Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender & Social Justice is published twice a year by students of the University of Tennessee College of Law. The first issue will be published in the Spring of 2012.
The Informant is the newsletter for The University of Tennessee College of Law and is published weekly when school is in session, as well as several times throughout the summer.
The Advocate is the newsletter for the College’s Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution.
Tennessee Law is the College’s alumni magazine and is published twice a year. View the spring 2014 issue (PDF).
Between the Lines is the semi-annual online companion to Tennessee Law (Fall 2013).
The University of Tennessee College of Law recognizes its newest faculty, visiting faculty and visiting scholars. Read about their backgrounds and accomplishments.
Back issues of Between the Lines, Tennessee Law and The Advocate are available at no cost on Trace, the Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange.
Other general publications from the College of Law, including admissions and career services items, are available for free viewing on issuu.
If you have difficulty accessing or viewing any of these publications, please contact the College of Law’s Office of Communications. Printed copies, as well as pdfs, are available upon request.