The Pepperdine Law Review is a scholarly legal journal edited and published by students selected on the basis of scholarship and the ability to do creative research and writing. Students write comments and notes on legal developments and significant cases, as well as edit the lead articles and book reviews written by professors, lawyers, judges, legislators, and other scholars. Staff membership on the Pepperdine Law Review is recognized as both an honor and a unique educational experience.
The law school published the inaugural issues of the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal in 2001. Focusing on the area of dispute resolution, the journal features scholastic contributions similar to those found in traditional law reviews, as well as material written from the dispute resolution practitioner's perspective.
In collaboration with the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary, the law school publishes the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary. This journal is recognized as the finest and most scholarly publication exclusively focused on developments affecting the administrative judiciary. A student staff works with a faculty editor in publishing the journal.
The Pepperdine Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law (JBEL) is sponsored by the Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law. The primary objective of the journal is to contribute to the body of legal knowledge in the fields of entrepreneurship and business through publication of a high quality and professional periodical.