Law reviews are scholarly journals usually managed by law students and supported by law schools. They contain articles by legal scholars and practitioners, notes (student pieces on a theme), and comments (student pieces on a specific case). The American Bar Association maintains a Free Full-Text Online Law Review/Journal Search. There are also a number of law reviews in Lexis-Nexis.
Law review articles tend to be highly scholarly, focusing on a narrow topic in depth. Articles of 50 or more pages and 300 footnotes are not unheard of. College students may be better served by referrals to books or online articles.