Rutgers University Law Review Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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  • Rutgers University Law Review's estimated annual revenue is currently $14.9M per year.
  • Rutgers University Law Review's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

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  • Rutgers University Law Review has 55 Employees.
  • Rutgers University Law Review grew their employee count by 34% last year.
  • Rutgers University Law Review currently has 1 job openings.
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The Rutgers University Law Review is the flagship law journal of Rutgers Law School and is a professional publication devoted to critical discussions of current legal problems. Issued five times a year, it includes lead articles by practitioners and scholars, as well as student contributions in the form of notes and case comments. Each year, the fourth issue of the Law Review is devoted to a survey of state constitutional law and the fifth issue is devoted to a symposium held at the Newark campus.



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Rutgers University Law Review News

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