The Cornell Law Review is the official publication for Cornell Law School in New York. It has earned the reputation as one of the nation’s top legal journals for over 90 years. The publication was originally inaugurated in 1915 as the Cornell Law Quarterly and was published four times a year. By 1966, however, the journal was so large and influential that publishing was necessary more frequently. Today, every article in the journal is unique in that it produces groundbreaking legal scholarship while still providing information that is relevant to practitioners. An online archive of past and present articles is available in addition to the traditional hardcopy publication.