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Loyola Consumer Law Review
also called "CLR"

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  1. is a student-run legal journal affiliated with the Loyola University Chicago School of Law

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  2. Established in 1988 as the Loyola Consumer Law Reporter, the publication focuses on legal issues and their relationship to and effect on consumers

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  3. On the 10th anniversary of the publication, in 1998, the Loyola Consumer Law Reporter officially became the Loyola Consumer Law Review

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  4. CLR is the only law review in the country that is dedicated to examining legal issues as they relate to consumers

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  5. The publication provides a forum for dialogue among those in the field including practitioners and law professors

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