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The BYU Education and Law Journal (ELJ) is one of only three education law journals in the United States and is the only student-run journal committed solely to the field of education law.
The J. Reuben Clark Law School and BYU’s Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations jointly sponsor this Journal. The ELJ is published bi-annually and addresses educational and legal issues affecting elementary, secondary, and higher education. The ELJ is a prominent law journal in the country, and has a direct-link on the topic-related directory pages of both Westlaw and Lexis.
Scott Ferrin, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Foundations & Adjunct Professor of Law at the J. Reuben Clark Law School, serves as a faculty advisor for the Journal. Prof. Ferrin has earned his J.D., as well as an Ed.D. in Education.