The American University Business Law Review (AUBLR) is a student-run publication that provides cutting-edge legal analysis for the business law community. The AUBLR is the first law review in D.C. dedicated solely to business issues. The AUBLR publishes fall and spring issues that include scholarly articles, case law analysis, and coverage of developing trends in a variety of areas, such as financial regulation, international trade, antitrust, communications, healthcare, and energy. We welcome articles submitted by academics, practitioners, and law students. Additionally, the AUBLR hosts an annual symposium with leading academics and practitioners that focuses on a current, pertinent topic in business law.
Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1 (2021)
The FECA’s Foreign Nationals Prohibition in United States v. Singh: Criminalizing Campaign Contributions without the Requisite Mens Rea and the Ramifications for Foreign Corporations with Domestic Subsidiaries