The Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal was a yearly publication dedicated to legal scholarly works which aim to discuss those issues most dear to our liberties and freedoms. Such topics are at the root of the public's greater good and deserve rigorous intellectual debate.
Vols. 1-16 (1980-1998) of the Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal were published under the title In the Public Interest.
Current Volume: Volume 36 & 37 (2018)
Broken Promises: The Hollow Dreams of Human Trafficking
Philip H. Pierre
Should Judges Convict Based on Their Speculations of Guilt?
Doron Menashe and Eyal Gruner