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''The National Law Review'' on-line edition was developed in Chicago, Illinois by corporate attorney Jennifer Schaller and other legal and internet professionals in order to provide an easily accessible and reliable database of articles written by experts analyzing legal news and trends. ''The National Law Review'' print edition was founded in 1888 in Philadelphia by legal publishers Kay & Brother.<ref name="The National Law Review">{{cite web|url=|title=The National Law Review||accessdate=2011-08-14}}</ref>
The print edition of the ''National Law Review'' was a monthly scholarly [[law review]] which included sections such as Current Legal News, a [[Book Review]] section, a Digest of Important Decisions which summarized recent judicial decisions in various states, and a section devoted to Current Legal Thought organized by legal topic.<ref name="The National Law Review"/> Historically, articles in law reviews were often considered a persuasive authority in American courts, though this influence is generally thought to be waning in recent years.<ref>[[Adam Liptak]]. [ When Rendering Decisions, Judges Are Finding Law Reviews Irrelevant]. [[The New York Times]]. 19 March 2007.</ref> The on-line edition of the ''National Law Review'' has been described as more straightforward, practical and informative than a traditional [[law review]], containing information of potential interest to both legal and business professionals, <ref>{{cite news|title=Law student research paper wins national legal writing contest|url=|accessdate=26 November 2012|newspaper=The University of Iowa New Services|date=22 April 2011}}</ref> and it often serves as a reference source to other [[legal periodicals|legal periodicals.]].<ref>{{cite news|work=American Bar Association Health Law Section|first=Jen |last=Johnson|title=Co-Management Agreements, Compensation & Compliance|url=|accessdate=2011-08-16}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|work=Trusts & Estates|title=Estate Planning After 2010:Resources, opinions and suggestions available on the Internet| url=|accessdate=2011-08-14}}</ref> In addition to serving as a source on emerging American legal issues to mainstream media,<ref>{{cite news |work=[[Thomson Reuters]] News & Insight|title=NLRB judge: Employees can bitch about their jobs on Facebook|url=|publisher=Thomson Reuters News & Insight |accessdate=2011-09-16 }}</ref> ''The National Law Review'' provides several services of interest to practicing lawyers and law students, running, for example, a law student writing competition that has published articles on multiple areas of the law.<ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=The National Law Review Law School Legal Writing Contest||language=en|access-date=2018-02-09}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=Just “Like” The Framers: How Generations Of Courts Have Preserved The Natural Law In Culturally Reflective Approaches To First Amendment Interpretation|last=Kelsey|first=Russo|date=February 14, 2017|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=Ethical Dilemmas Surveyed Through Attorney-Client Confidentiality: The Lawyer & The Navy Seal|last=Shammas|first=Michael|date=April 1, 2016|website=|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|access-date=}}</ref>