Founded in 1983, the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law is a student-run publication that was founded to provide a scholarly forum for the discussion of land use and environmental legal developments around the world. It is published twice a year, fall and spring, and students are currently working on volume 32. At the time of its founding, it was the state’s first and only student publication in environmental and land use law. College of Law documents from 1983 reveal the many changes in technology that have developed over the last thirty years. The student lounge housed free telephones for student use and a pay phone was available in the lobby. The library also featured five typing rooms. Documents noted, “library users must bring their own typewriters.”