The Penn State Law Review is the flagship publication of Penn State Law. As a general-interest journal, the Penn State Law Review publishes in the broad range of legal scholarship and does not limit submissions by any specific topic. Generally, each issue includes several legal articles and comments. The articles are written by legal scholars and practitioners, and the comments are written by Penn State law students. Every year, as part of a stringent selection process, the journal evaluates a host of submissions. The Law Review publishes three print issues per year.
Current Issue: Volume 124, Issue 3 (2020)
Assessing AI Output in Legal Decision-Making With Nearest Neighbors
Timothy Lau and Alex Biedermann