The South Carolina Law Review is the principal legal publication in South Carolina. It is also the oldest legal publication in the state, founded in 1948. The Law Review traces its roots to 1831, during the brief existence of the Carolina Bar Journal, which was published in Columbia, South Carolina before the Civil War. Today, the Law Review is the flagship legal publication at the University of South Carolina School of Law and is frequently cited by courts, practitioners, and scholars.
Find the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Find information about submissions and policies on the South Carolina Law Review's website.
Current Issue: Volume 25, Issue 2 (1973)
The Right to Counsel: The Argersinger-Kirby Dichotomy
Richard A. Arnold