St. Thomas Journal of Complex Litigation

The St. Thomas Journal of Complex Litigation focuses exclusively on topics of complex litigation. Our mission is to publish relevant and thought-provoking scholarship and serve as a leading resource for students, academics and legal professionals in the area of complex litigation.

Examples of complex litigation issues include: mass torts, class actions, multi-district litigation, numerous expert witnesses or attorneys, complicated damage determinations or substantive law, electronic discovery, and many other civil procedure issues.

2018-2019 Executive Board Members

From L-R: William McRea, Managing Editor; Saul Canelo, Senior Articles Editor; Jannel Palenzuela, Editor-in-Chief; Derrick Tamayo, Executive Editor

Faculty Advisor(s)

Professor Alfred Light