The Flaw Journal was founded, as near as we can determine from our shoddy research, in 1946 by a handful of courageous W.W. II veterans under the sponsorship of the Law Club. It popped out, after secret preparation, on Law Day each spring until 1958, when it was discontinued either because of indifference or popular demand. But, after a five-year breather, pop goes The Journal again.

The Journal is dedicated to the proposition that the Law School is more than books and briefs: it is in addition a confrontation with memorable legal personalities and subject matter. It is financed entirely by its advertisers, and sponsored by the Bloomington Student Bar Association. (taken from the masthead of The Indiana Flaw Journal).

The Flaw Journal ceased publication in 1967


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