The editors of the Alabama Law Review are tasked with carefully analyzing these articles and preparing them for publication in each of the four issues the journal publishes each year. As a light-edit journal, the Alabama Law Review seeks to preserve the integrity of author contributions while also guaranteeing accurate and useful citations that can provide helpful commentary and guidance to academics, the state bar, and the broader intellectual community. Each article undergoes a rigorous multi-level review to ensure the most accurate citations available.
In addition to their work as editors, members of the Alabama Law Review serve as student leaders at the Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law at the University of Alabama. They regularly attend numerous lectures and symposia held each year and play a major role in welcoming visiting faculty and other distinguished guests to campus. The Alabama Law Review also publishes pieces by participants in the prestigious annual Meador Lecture Series each year for the benefit of the broader legal community.
Members of the Alabama Law Review also prepare works of scholarship for publication. Each year, the Junior Editors of the journal prepare student contributions analyzing unsettled areas of law, and the best of these contributions are published in the following volume. These pieces of scholarship provide members with the opportunity to work closely with faculty and add a lasting contribution to scholarly debate.