The Rutgers Business Law Review (RBLR) is a scholarly journal published by an institutionally-accredited student group at Rutgers Law School. RBLR focuses on business law and related topics and is published semi-annually.
RBLR was formerly known as the Rutgers Bankruptcy Law Journal, and later as the Rutgers Business Law Journal. As of May 31, 2011, RBLR acquired its current name. In concert with the evolution of its name, RBLR has expanded from its initial focus on bankruptcy into a broad interdisciplinary business law journal that provides an academic forum for serious research, analysis and exploration of current legal trends affecting business. Past issues have featured articles covering antitrust, bankruptcy, corporate affairs, contracts, real estate, securities, tax, and administrative law, among other topics.
2021-2022 Editorial Board
David G. Gharkhany
Eric J. Brislinger
Carli J. Frederick
Krista A. Federici
Kimberly M. Jackson
Colby T. Ciarrocca
Zachary S. Zuczek
Andrew B. Maloney
Senior Staff Editors
Jacob C. White
Current Issue (Volume 18 - FALL 2022)
The tax cuts and jobs act impact on itemized deductions
why like taxes? it's not the reason you think!
(No,) thank you very much, mr. robo-advisor: a look at the problems of and solutions to robo-advisory firms
New jersey's opportunity to embrace blockchain technology and further measures to proactively address significant issues existing in the state's alcohol industry
the future of crypto asset regulations: a symposium transcript
Moderated by: Douglas Eakeley & Lawrence v. Lewitinn
Speakers: Honorable J. Christopher Giancarlo, Drew Propson, Lee A. Schneider, Maria T. Vullo, Yulia Guseva, Kristin Johnson, & Steven L. Schwarz
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