The Chicago-Kent Law Review began as the “Chicago Kent Review” in 1923. By the 1930s, the journal had adopted its current name and began publishing scholarly articles by law professors and practitioners. Articles appear in an all-symposium format, produced by students under the direction of a faculty editor. Each issue also contains a select number of student articles that the executive board chooses on the basis of contributions to legal scholarship.
Current Issue: Volume 95, Issue 2 (2021) Impeachment and the President
The Power to “Try” “Cases of Impeachment”: Some Reflections on the Finality, Transparency and Integrity of Senate Adjudications of Presidential Impeachments (Including that of Donald J. Trump)
Vikram D. Amar and Jason Mazzone
The Senate, the Trump Impeachment Trial and Constitutional Morality
Joel K. Goldstein
The Misguided On-Off Theory of Congressional Authority
Steven D. Schwinn