Colorado Law is home to three nationally respected, student-run law journals.
- The University of Colorado Law Review is our oldest journal of legal scholarship (published as the Rocky Mountain Law Review from 1928-1962). It publishes four times per year on all topics of legal importance.
- The Colorado Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law Review is a biannual publication, which was founded in 1989-90 and was formerly the Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy. It publishes articles related to natural resources, energy, and environmental law and policy, as well as a feature article discussing environmental issues with international implications in each issue.
- The Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law is our newest journal, founded in 2001. JTHTL has since established a position among the elite national technology, intellectual property, and telecommunications law journals.