Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law
Founded in 1859, the school that would become known as the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law was the first law school established in the city of Chicago. Today, Northwestern Law advances the understanding of law and produces graduates prepared to excel in a rapidly changing world.
Northwestern Law uniquely blends a rigorous intellectual environment with a collegial and supportive community. Our students have access to the most interdisciplinary research faculty in the nation. We also have one of the lowest student-faculty ratios, so our students enjoy an unusual amount of individual access to these scholars, even after graduation.
Our lakefront location in the heart of downtown Chicago provides a spectacular setting in which to live and study. A major world financial center, Chicago is the third largest city in the United States and one of its largest legal markets. Northwestern Law’s proximity to courts, commerce, and public interest activities enables students to experience the practice of law, as well as its theory, in one of the most vibrant legal and business communities in the world.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (1973-)||1973 - 2020|
|The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science||1951 - 1972|
|Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (1931-1951)||1931 - 1951|
|The American Journal of Police Science||1930 - 1932|
|Journal of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology||1910 - 1931|