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, and aspires to feature an article or note discussing environmental issues with international implications in each issue.
- The Colorado Technology Law Journal, formerly the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law, is our newest journal, founded in 2001. CTLJ has since established a position among the elite national technology and telecommunications law journals.