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Research and Issues in Music Education (RIME) is a privately funded international on-line music education research journal that advances scholarly thought by publishing articles promoting research, dialogue, practice, and policy in music education. RIME publishes quantitative, qualitative, philosophical, historical, speculative, and bibliographic articles that are peer-reviewed and contribute to an understanding of any focus and level of music education. As of 2015, this is the new home of Research and Issues in Music Education. Please bear with us as we work to ensure that all articles are formatted correctly. If you would like to report an issue, please send an email to the .
The University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy is one of the St. Thomas School of Law’s two scholarly law journals. The mission of the Journal of Law & Public Policy is to advance the ideals embodied in the school’s mission through the exploration of conservative legal thought, public policy, and social justice. The Journal’s Latin subtitle, Non in Legendo Sed in Intelligendo Leges Consistent, which translates into “the laws depend not on being read, but on being understood” is the guiding principle that informs the types of articles we publish and the sort of events we host.
The Journal of Law & Public Policy is a symposium-based journal that hosts two symposia per year. The Journal primarily publishes works presented by speakers at these symposia and selected student authored notes and comments each year. The symposium events are designed to promote student, faculty, and community engagement in a meaningful discussion about a current legal issue. Our symposia give members of the St. Thomas community a chance to examine policy issues closely connected with the mission and vision of the University of St. Thomas School of Law.
The University of St. Thomas Law Journal is the School of Law’s flagship law review. It seeks to embody the school’s unique mission by publishing excellent legal scholarship that promotes ethical actions, the integration of faith and reason, and social justice. The Law Journal’s Latin subtitle, Fides et Iustitia, which translates into “faith and justice,” is a core foundation of the works we publish and the symposia we host each year.Since the Spring of 2017, the Law Journal has been an online-only publication. All of our published works are available at no cost on our also continue to be published on our Archives or on Westlaw, HeinOnline, and LexisNexis.
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