Florida State University Business Review
Fla. St U. Bus. Rev. doesn't exist.
Fla. State Univ. Bus. Rev. doesn't exist.
Fla State Univ Bus Rev doesn't exist.
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The Florida State University Business Review (or the Business Review) is a student-run law review published at the Florida State University College of Law. The Business Review's mission is: "Providing a scholarly forum for contemporary legal discourse and to address the issues and concerns transforming the business law community." The Business Review publishes in its annual volume articles by academics and practitioners, as well as notes written by second- and third-year law students.
Founded in 2000, the Business Review published its first issue in the summer of 2001. Although the journal's current and original title is officially the Florida State University Business Review, between 2005 and 2007 the journal was titled the Business Law Review.
The Business Review operates from the Caldwell House, previously owned by Millard Caldwell, who served as the 29th Governor of Florida, a U.S. Representative, and a Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. The Caldwell House was transported to the Florida State University College of Law's Village Green in July of 1986. Of all the historical houses on the Village Green, "[t]he Caldwell House had the longest and most difficult journey." Altogether, the transport of the Caldwell House took four days and cost of $150,000.
The Business Review typically selects its staff editors through bi-annual writing competition, held among the Florida State University College of Law students. In addition, admission is offered to students who receive the highest grades in certain legal writing or business law courses. Law students may also be offered admission if they write a note that is accepted for publication in the Business Review. All Business Review members are required to have and maintain minimum grade point average requirements throughout their tenure on the journal.
- "About". Florida State University Business Review.
- "The Village Green at FSU Law: The Caldwell House".
- "Prospective Members". Florida State University Business Review.
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