The Marquette Benefits & Social Welfare Law Review publishes articles devoted to international and domestic civil rights and social justice perspectives on employee benefits, disability, elder, health, poverty, and social insurance law. Since 2002, and as formerly known as the Elder's Advisor, it has been produced by law students who work closely with experts in the field to bring to publication a readable compendium of current issues and complex policy problems at the intersection of benefits law and social justice.
Benefits seeks to publish articles of interest from professors, policy makers, law students, and practitioners. Accessibility is key to our effort to create dialogue and progress in benefits and social welfare issues.
Please send submissions (including a CV) via Scholastica!