The DePaul Journal for Social Justice promotes discussion of social justice and international human rights law policy issues, encourages submissions of interdisciplinary work, and accepts work with a non-conventional presentation. The discussions involve legal professionals, including community-based leaders, academics and students. Though the journal uses a traditional law review framework, it also explores alternative types of publication and expands content options to broaden access and better engage readers.

Current Issue: Volume 15, Issue 1 Winter/Spring '21-'22

Front Matter


Letters to the Readers
Silpa Bulusu and Bridget Roddy



Silpa Bulusu

Article Selection Editor
Bridget Roddy

Executive Editors
Alexis Morales
Jami Vrbancic

Symposium Editor
Joshua Klien

Managing Editor
La'Keyah Scales

Senior Research Staff
Emad Mahou

Research Staff
Nicole Alfano
Elizabeth Harris
Brita Jelen
Kylie Kowaleski
Caroline Lowenberg
Kaylee De Tender
Hoyeon Yoo