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Published quarterly, the Arkansas Law Review has as its primary objective the dissemination of scholarly and authoritative articles on significant legal issues. Its Editorial Board serves the Arkansas legal community and beyond by publishing scholarship of state, national, and international importance. The Arkansas Law Review was established with the publication of the first issue in the fall semester of the 1946-1947 academic year.
Prior to the establishment of the Arkansas Law Review, the Arkansas Bar Association expressed interest in the creation of a law review and appointed committees to explore the possibility. Shortly thereafter, a permanent plan was formulated under which the law review was made a joint undertaking of the law school and the Arkansas Bar Association. Today, the law review is an established part of the legal community in Arkansas and it is cited and relied upon by lawyers and courts throughout the nation. This is a collection of scholarly articles and student work that have been published in the Arkansas Law Review.
The Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal accepts research works as well as creative works for publication. Research includes any quantitative or qualitative original research that a student has conducted during their academic studies. Creative works include any theoretical works, policy analyses, art projects or displays, among others. If you are unsure of how your creative or research work could be incorporated into an article, please consult your faculty mentor or contact us.
Inquiry was developed by the Teaching Academy of the University of Arkansas as a forum for sharing the research and creative endeavors of undergraduate students at the UofA.
The journal is supported financially and conceptually by the offices of the Provost and the Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development.
The Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science (JAAS) is the major publication of the Academy. The Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science appears annually as a single volume. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed manuscripts that were submitted at the annual meeting of the previous year. The Scope of the Journal reflects the broad vision of the Academy to promote science within Arkansas and disseminate the science being carried out by scientists in Arkansas throughout the US and the world. Specific areas of science include (but are not limited to) Biomedical Sciences, Botany and Plant Science, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Math and Computing Science, Engineering, Geology, Environmental Science, Ecology, Invertebrate Zoology, and Vertebrate Zoology.