The Brandeis University Law Journal, founded in 2008 by Judah Marans ’11, is the only undergraduate-edited legal publication in the country that is unaffiliated with a law school. We solicit, edit, and publish the work of Brandeis students. Our articles cover a diverse array of topics with a shared grounding in law and law-related material.
The Brandeis University Law Journal is run by and focused on undergraduates. We produce original, rigorously researched papers on a variety of legal topics.
The Brandeis Judaic Studies Journal publishes outstanding scholarship, foregrounding the work of Brandeis students who are engaged in Jewish studies in any discipline. An undergraduate initiative hosted by the Brandeis Library, the BJSJ seeks to stimulate conversations about issues of importance to students, scholars, and general-interest readers.
CASTE: A Global Journal on Social Exclusion advances peer-reviewed scholarship across disciplines into caste systems in South Asia and beyond and considers the marginalization and inter-generational oppression of religious, racial and cultural minorities throughout the world.
J-CASTE assesses social policies meant to counter exclusion in multiple spheres and intolerance in multi-faith democracies. Our authors come from varying disciplines including philosophy and ethics, theology and culture, sociology and anthropology, economics, law, health, literature and art among others. We welcome critical reviews of our papers, as well as book and film reviews and commentaries.