The Dartmouth Law Journal’s print publication is published two times a year, in March and September. Selected articles undergo a strict editing process to prepare them for publication. The Journal has published works from judges, professors, law school students, and practitioners from across the United States. Launched as the Dartmouth College Undergraduate Journal of Law in the winter of 2003 by two Daniel Webster Legal Society Interns, Meg Thering ’05 and Joshua Marcuse ’04, the Dartmouth Law Journal provides students and faculty with a public forum for law-related ideas and discussion. In addition to publishing top scholarship, the Journal provides its contributors with a collaborative editorial process designed to help improve and refine their work and provides undergraduates an avenue for developing legal research and editing skills. As a condition of article acceptance, contributors are asked to work closely with our undergraduate editors throughout the revision process, re-examining and polishing their work for a broad readership. Our submissions address a diverse array of law-related questions and ideas. Additionally, the Journal publishes law and policy related undergraduate work in the social sciences and humanities on its online platform – DLJ Online.