The William & Mary Business Law Review (BLR) is a scholarly publication of professional articles and student notes, edited and operated by students of the William & Mary Law School. BLR is dedicated to the nexus between business, law, and ethics.
The mission of BLR is to: (i) publish articles that analyze new laws and challenge existing laws; (ii) provide lawyers, students, judges, politicians, and scholars a practical research tool; and (iii) provide students of the William & Mary Law School an opportunity to receive a more comprehensive legal education through participation as student staff members of BLR.
In 2011, the William & Mary Business Law Review became the fifth credit conferring academic law journal at William & Mary Law School. The faculty at William & Mary Law School voted Thursday evening, February 10, 2011, to approve BLR as a credit conferring journal beginning in the 2011-2012 academic year. This vote marked the end of a two-year evaluation period and the commencement of BLR’s status as a permanent journal at the law school—forever to serve the world of academia bearing the prestigious William & Mary name.