The Idaho Law Review has been the scholarly voice of the University of Idaho College of Law and a valuable resource for judges, practitioners, and scholars around the country for more than 40 years. The Review publishes three editions each year: a Fall Edition, a Spring Edition, and a Symposium Edition. Editions of the Review are available in print, and online through Hein Online, Westlaw, LexisNexis, and here on the Review’s BePress Website.
In addition to publishing articles, the Review also produces a symposium on a timely legal topic each year in the month of April. This symposium brings together legal scholars and practitioners for a day of presentations and discussion. Read more information on this year’s symposium for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 58, Number 3 (2022)
IDAHO’S RAPID GROWTH BRINGS CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Robert McQuade and Justin Ruen
PLANNING FOR RAPID GROWTH IN SMALL AND RURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE INTERMOUNTAIN WEST: IDENTIFYING CHALENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN THE LAND USE CONTEXT
Thomas F. Dansie and Daniel C. Dansie
TACKLING THE AFFORDABILITY CRISIS IN THE WEST: THE COLORADO HOUSING AFFORDABILITY PROJECT AND THE CHALLENGE OF ZONING REFORM
Brian J. Connolly, Andrew L.W. Peters, Heidi Aggeler, Avilia Bueno, Julia Jones, and Susan Daggett