California Regulatory Law Reporter
Pardee Legal Research Center, Lower Level
Published by the Center for Public Interest Law (CPIL), the California Regulatory Law Reporter is the only journal in the nation that covers the activities of state agencies that regulate businesses, professions and trades. The Reporter focuses on 25 such agencies in California. USD law students who participate in CPIL monitor assigned state agencies and draft articles covering their activities. The Reporter generally contains a feature article (sometimes written by a CPIL intern) and commentaries on emerging issues related to public interest and regulatory law. Published since 1980, the Reporter has become a valuable source of information to legislators, courts, law firms, journalists, public interest organizations and consumers.
To find out more about the California Regulatory Law Reporter, please visit http://www.cpil.org/calreglawrep.htm