The Missouri Law Review has a distinguished history of service to the legal profession and the academic community. First published more than fifty years ago, the Review has printed many articles and student notes which have served to improve the administration of justice, while at the same time providing hundreds of second- and third-year law students with a uniquely valuable experience in legal analysis, scholarship, and editing. Membership on the Review has become an important credential, reflecting credit on the student members and enhancing their attractiveness to law firms seeking associates and judges seeking clerks.
Dale A. Whitman, Missouri Law Review Fellows Program Inaugurated, 52 Mo. L. Rev. [xi] (1987).