The New Criminal Law Review is ranked the seventh best criminal law journal.  [verification required] The New Criminal Law Review (ISSN 1933-4192) is a quarterly legal journal published by the University of California Press. It was founded in 1997 as the Buffalo Criminal Law Review, but changed its name in 2007 after the University of California Press assumed responsibility for publishing the journal. The New Journal of Criminal Law focuses on the study of crime, philosophy of criminal law and sentencing in national, transnational and international contexts. This is a list of notable articles [by whom?] that have appeared in the journal.