The Richmond Public Interest Law Review (PILR) is a publication dedicated to issues of social welfare, public policy, and public interest law. Run by second and third-year students at the University of Richmond School of Law, PILR publishes three issues annually, available both online and in print. Our authors include practitioners, law professors, legislative advocates, public officials, law students, and other insightful individuals working to change the law—and the world—for the better.

Please see our main website for comprehensive information about the journal.

Executive Board

Editor-in-Chief: Nick Kaye
Executive Editor: Sarah Gokelman
Managing Editor: Alberto Wray

Current Issue: Volume 27, Issue 3 (2024)

Prefatory Matter


Letter From The Editor
Courtney Squires