Book Description: The Brandeis Law Journal, one of the few undergraduate law publications in the country, is a recently launched annual created and managed by the students at Brandeis University. The current issue contains material pertinent to Brandeis as well as American and international law that covers a variety of topics from copyright to constitutional law. Due in part to its distinct status as an individual and inaugurating volume as well as to the Journal’s infrequent rate of publication, the current issue is identifiable by an ISBN in addition to its ISSN (2154-4468). The publication welcomes submissions by, among others, the undergraduates, graduates, faculty, staff, and alumni of Brandeis University, preferably formatted according to the most recent edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. The Journal may become semiannual in the near future. The second issue is expected to go to print in December 2010. Contact: email@example.com.