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Public Contract Law Journal

The Public Contract Law Journal (cited to as Pub. Cont. L.J.) is the official journal of the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law. The journal is published four-times per year addressing legal issues facing the practice of public contract and procurement law at the local and federal level.

The journal is currently edited by students at American Bar Association. In addition, a group of editors from the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law reviews submissions considered for publication.

The journal is recognized in the legal academic community for its annual writing competition, attracting student notes and comments addressing public contract law topics. The journal is considered to be one of the most prestigious journals at The George Washington University Law School.

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  • Public Contract Law Journal (GW Law)
  • Public Contract Law Journal (ABA)
  • ABA Section of Public Contract Law
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