The Law Journal for Social Justice (LJSJ) at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law provides an enduring and meaningful forum for legal discourse, scholarship, and professional development, with special focus on local, national, and international social justice issues.
The Mission of The Law Journal for Social Justice is to foster important conversations involving timely social justice issues. Through its work, The Law Journal for Social Justice seeks to share diverse voices and perspectives to promote a deeper understanding of the complex social justice issues in our society.
Senior Articles Editor
Online Media Editor
Director of Business and External Affairs
Freeman Halle, Louis Gallegos, Yanneli Llamas, Epiphanie Couture, Austin Agostino
Alexis Eisa, Ashleigh Fixico, Fallon Cochlin, Isabel Ranney, Gillian Grant, Jaidyn Rumpca, Olivia Li, Travis Henderson, Benjamin Smart, Chad Edwards, Yash Desai, Sarah Fisher, Kylie Yanes, Julia Weiss, Jordan Uter, Jordan Ulloa, Chelsi Tsosie, Sophie Staires, Sukhmani Singh, Tyler Shappee, Natalia Sells, Maryam Salazar, Emily Mahana, Molly Launceford, Sarah Hartley, Erika Galindo, Erin Mo Ferber, Michael Feeney, Gregory Esser, Megan Ealick, Alliya Dulaney, Tyler DeMers, Rachel Carroll, Graham Bosch, Angie Vertti Canto
Professor Zachary Kramer
Law Journal for Social Justice C/O ASU College of Law
N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004