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Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1019029 Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals _____ January 2014 The following are two charts useful for the law review/journal article submission process. The first chart contains information gathered from the journalswebsites about the following topics: Methods for submitting an article (such as by e-mail, ExpressO, or regular mail); Any special formatting requirements; How to request an expedited review; and How to withdraw an article after it has been accepted for publication elsewhere. The second chart contains some information about rankings of the journals and the law schools associated with them. The first three columns are the overall ranking, academic/peer assessment score, and lawyer/judge assessment score for each school from the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings. The other three columns are data about each journal from Washington & Lees law review ranking website. The citation rankingis the total number of citations to the journal over the past eight years. The impact factoris the number of citations per article per year. The combined ratingis a weighted combination of the total citations and impact factor rankings. You can find more detailed information about this data on the Washington & Lee website at http://lawlib.wlu.edu/LJ. We hope this information is helpful. We provide it with several important caveats: o First, the charts cover only each schools generallaw review, not specialized journals. Obviously there are excellent specialized journals on many topics. Anyone submitting an article to law reviews will want to consider the specialized journals relevant to their article and particular area of expertise. o The charts cover 203 schools and their journals. We have tried to be comprehensive; any omissions are inadvertent, and wed be happy to hear what we missed so that we can add them. o We do not mean to imply anything about how much importance, if any, should be given to numerical rankings of law schools or law journals. These sorts of rankings are certainly an incomplete, if not badly flawed, way of evaluating schools and journals. We provide the ranking information because it is something that many people consider to some extent in the submission process. Obviously each author can decide what to make of it. Weve also posted a list of links to the submissions information on each law journals website. That list can be found at http://www1.law.umkc.edu/Faculty/rostron/law_review_submission.htm. For a helpful and more detailed discussion of the submission process and related issues for law professors, see Nancy Levit, Scholarship Advice for New Law Professors in the Electronic Age, 16 Widener L.J. 947 (2007), at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=939007. Good luck with your submissions. Allen Rostron Associate Professor of Law UMKC School of Law 5100 Rockhill Road Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 Phone: 816-235-2267 [email protected] Nancy Levit Curatorsand Edward D. Ellison Professor of Law UMKC School of Law 5100 Rockhill Road Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 Phone: 816-235-2391 [email protected]

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Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1019029

Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals_____

January 2014

The following are two charts useful for the law review/journal article submission process. The firstchart contains information gathered from the journals’ websites about the following topics:

Methods for submitting an article (such as by e-mail, ExpressO, or regular mail);

Any special formatting requirements;

How to request an expedited review; and

How to withdraw an article after it has been accepted for publication elsewhere.

The second chart contains some information about rankings of the journals and the law schoolsassociated with them. The first three columns are the overall ranking, academic/peer assessment score,and lawyer/judge assessment score for each school from the most recent U.S. News & World Reportrankings. The other three columns are data about each journal from Washington & Lee’s law reviewranking website. The “citation ranking” is the total number of citations to the journal over the pasteight years. The “impact factor” is the number of citations per article per year. The “combined rating”is a weighted combination of the total citations and impact factor rankings. You can find more detailedinformation about this data on the Washington & Lee website at http://lawlib.wlu.edu/LJ.

We hope this information is helpful. We provide it with several important caveats:

o First, the charts cover only each school’s “general” law review, not specialized journals.Obviously there are excellent specialized journals on many topics. Anyone submitting anarticle to law reviews will want to consider the specialized journals relevant to their article andparticular area of expertise.

o The charts cover 203 schools and their journals. We have tried to be comprehensive; anyomissions are inadvertent, and we’d be happy to hear what we missed so that we can add them.

o We do not mean to imply anything about how much importance, if any, should be given tonumerical rankings of law schools or law journals. These sorts of rankings are certainly anincomplete, if not badly flawed, way of evaluating schools and journals. We provide theranking information because it is something that many people consider to some extent in thesubmission process. Obviously each author can decide what to make of it.

We’ve also posted a list of links to the submissions information on each law journal’s website. Thatlist can be found at http://www1.law.umkc.edu/Faculty/rostron/law_review_submission.htm.

For a helpful and more detailed discussion of the submission process and related issues for lawprofessors, see Nancy Levit, Scholarship Advice for New Law Professors in the Electronic Age,16 Widener L.J. 947 (2007), at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=939007.

Good luck with your submissions.

Allen RostronAssociate Professor of Law

UMKC School of Law5100 Rockhill Road

Kansas City, MO 64110-2499Phone: [email protected]

Nancy LevitCurators’ and Edward D. Ellison

Professor of LawUMKC School of Law

5100 Rockhill RoadKansas City, MO 64110-2499

Phone: [email protected]

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Submissions Format Expedite Withdraw

Akron LawReview

Accepts electronic submissions viaExpressO, or by e-mail to the ArticlesEditors at [email protected]

Manuscripts sent by mail:

Akron Law ReviewAttention: Articles EditorsThe University of AkronSchool of LawAkron, OH 44325-2901

Bluebook citation format. Footnotes arepreferred. Please include a cover letterwith name, address, telephone number,and e-mail address.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Alabama LawReview

Strongly recommends submission viaExpressO.

If you must submit a hard copy, pleasemail to the address below andsimultaneously email a Microsoft Wordcopy to [email protected]

Alabama Law ReviewATTN: Acquisitions EditorUniversity of Alabama School of LawBox 870382Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0382

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Strongly prefers manuscripts under30,000 words (including footnotes).Manuscripts under 15,000 words will bereviewed as essays. Unsolicited bookreviews are also welcome, and these aretypically run at 5,000 words maximum(including footnotes).

Generally conforms to the Bluebook andthe style conventions of the Texas LawReview Manual on Usage and Style (10thed. 2005).

E-mail to [email protected]

An expedite request should include: theauthor’s name, e-mail address, andtelephone number; the name of thejournal(s) that has offered publication,and the expiration dates of those offers.

[email protected]

Albany LawReview

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected] may also submit by mail (pleasesend an electronic copy as well) to:

Albany Law ReviewAttn: Executive Editor of Lead Articles80 New Scotland AvenueAlbany, NY 12208

Does not preclude articles based uponpre-set length or topic limitations. Essaysand book reviews will be considered on alimited basis.

E-mail to [email protected].

Please state “Expedited ReviewRequest” clearly in the subject line ofyour e-mail, and include the followinginformation in the body of the e-mail:the author’s name, the article’s title, acontact phone number, the journalmaking the offer, and the deadline forthe expedited review to be completed.

You may also call the editors at (518)472-5857 to discuss a submission.

[email protected]

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AmericanUniversityLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO. Please include an abstract and CV. ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

AppalachianJournal of Law

Submit by e-mail [email protected] or mail to:

Appalachian Journal of LawP.O. Box 2825Grundy, Va. 24614

The journal provides a forum for issuesthat shape the lives of the people andcommunities of Appalachia. It includesissues concerning alternative methods ofdispute resolution and communityservice. Although focused on theAppalachian region, the usefulness of thepublication will not be limited bygeographical boundaries.

[email protected] [email protected]

Arizona LawReview

Accepts submissions via Scholastica orExpresso (please do not submit throughboth).

If you are unable to submit viaScholastica or ExpressO, please send [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions in February 2014.

Strong preference for articles under35,000 words (including footnotes).

Include a résumé or CV.

Bluebook citation format.

Expedite requests may be submitted viaScholastica or ExpressO (or e-mail [email protected] you are unable to access ExpressO).

Does not review expedited manuscriptsbefore article selection begins in Marchand September. Requires at least 7 daysfrom the time an expedited request ismade.

Scholastica, ExpressO [email protected]

Arizona StateLaw Journal

Exclusively uses Scholastica. Text and footnotes should conform to theBluebook and Chicago Manual of Style.

Scholastica Scholastica

ArizonaSummit LawReview(formerly thePhoenix LawReview)

Interested in Arizona Summit LawReview? Feel free to email us [email protected] to findout more.

[email protected] [email protected]

Arkansas atLittle Rock(University of)Law Review

Submit via e-mail [email protected]

Requests that all articles be submitted intriple-spaced format (text and footnotes).

Prefers Microsoft Word format, but willaccept in WordPerfect.

Follows the Bluebook and the Texas LawReview Manual on Usage and Style.

[email protected] [email protected]

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Arkansas LawReview

Prefers submissions via e-mail [email protected]

Manuscripts may also be mailed to:

Arkansas Law ReviewSchool of LawWaterman Hall 107Fayetteville, AR 72701

Particularly interested in papers between20,000 and 30,000 words, but papers ofany length will be considered.

Use 12 point, double-spaced type.Bluebook citation format. Use footnotesrather than endnotes.

Cite Arkansas cases to Arkansas Reports(Ark., Ark. App.) and SouthwesternReporter (S.W., S.W.2d, etc.).

Include a résumé or paragraph ofbiographical data.

Please contact Managing Editor bye-mail at [email protected] or byphone at 479-575-5610. Generallyrequires at least seven business days tocomplete an expedited review.

[email protected]

Ave MariaLaw Review

Submit via e-mail [email protected] mail to:

Executive Articles EditorAve Maria Law Review1025 Commons CircleNaples, FL 34119

Submissions should be double spaced andcontain footnotes, not endnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

Baltimore(University of)Law Review

Prefers submissions via e-mail [email protected] send to:

University of Baltimore Law ReviewAttn: Articles Editor1420 North Charles StreetLaw Center Room 424Baltimore, Maryland 21201-5779

Use Microsoft Word 2000 or othercompatible file format.

Bluebook citation format.

Include CV or résumé.

Reviews articles from February throughSeptember.

[email protected]

[email protected]

Barry LawReview

Accepts submissions by ExpressO and bye-mail to [email protected]

Also accepts manuscripts on paper orCD-ROM disk sent to:

Editor-in-ChiefBarry Law ReviewBarry University School of Law6441 E. Colonial DriveOrlando, FL 32807-3673

Manuscripts should be titled, with the titleprinted on each page as a header, andpage numbers as footers; formatted inMicrosoft Word, double-spaced 12-pointfont, margins of 1.25 inches on all sidesand footnotes at the bottom of the page.Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

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Baylor LawReview

Accepts by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Baylor Law ReviewATTN: Senior Executive EditorsOne Bear Place, Box 97156Waco, Texas 76798

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Footnotes should conform to theBluebook and Texas Rules of Form.

Include a cover sheet with name, contactinformation, affiliation, biographicalinformation, article title, and journal inwhich you seek publication (fall, winter,spring).

Welcomes articles of any length.

Prefers Microsoft Word format.

Will not consider articles in CLE form.

Does not publish book reviews orinterdisciplinary articles.

[email protected] [email protected]

Belmont LawReview

Strongly prefers electronic submissionsvia ExpressO or e-mail [email protected] accepts hard copy submissions to:

Belmont Law ReviewAttn: Executive Submissions EditorBelmont University College of Law1900 Belmont BoulevardNashville TN 37212

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in theSpring.

Bluebook citation format.

Footnotes preferred over endnotes.

Prefers Microsoft Word.

Hard copy submissions should include aCV and cover letter.

ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]

ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]

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BostonCollege LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaScholastica.

Hard copies should be addressed to:

Boston College Law SchoolAttn: Boston College Law Review885 Centre StreetNewton, MA 02459-1163

If submitting an article in hard copy,encourages sending a supplementaryelectronic copy by Scholastica or e-mail([email protected]). If you submit the samearticle both electronically and in hardcopy, please indicate this in your coverletter and your e-mail.

Please include (1) cover letter thatreferences the article’s title, brieflydescribes the article, and contains theauthor’s name, affiliation, and full contactinformation; and (2) résumé, bio, or CV.

For electronic submissions, prefersMicrosoft Word format, but will alsoaccept documents in WordPerfect orAdobe Acrobat formats. For otherformats, please inquire before submitting.

Prefer that you use Scholastica’sexpedited review function for suchrequests. You may, however, requestexpedited review by [email protected] with the phrase“expedited review” in the subject line.Requires all of the followinginformation: (1) your name and contactinformation; (2) the title of your article;(3) the source of the competingoffer(s); and (4) your deadline.

Scholastica or [email protected]

BostonUniversityLaw Review

Accepts submissions via ExpressO and bye-mail to [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they are not currently acceptingsubmissions. Likewise, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Include a CV and cover letter.

In the body of the e-mail, please includeONLY the following information:

Author’s Name & Title Author’s E-mail Address

Manuscript’s TitleAll other information should be attachedto the e-mail, NOT placed in the body ofthe e-mail.

Please send an e-mail [email protected] with the followinginformation: author’s name, phonenumber, e-mail address, article title,names of journals that have madeoffers, and deadline (date and time).

(Their website does not mention doingexpedite requests via ExpressO, butpresumably that would be anotheroption.)

ExpressO or [email protected]

Brooklyn LawReview

Submissions should be sent throughExpressO, or submissions may be sent [email protected]

Or mail to:

Brooklyn Law Review250 Joralemon StreetBrooklyn, NY 11201

Conforms to Bluebook and ChicagoManual of Style.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Buffalo LawReview

Submissions may be e-mailed [email protected]

Alternatively, submissions may be sent tothe following address:

Buffalo Law ReviewUniversity at Buffalo Law School605 John Lord O’Brian HallBuffalo, New York 14260

Text should be double or triple spaced.Footnotes should conform to theBluebook.

Authors who submit electronically shouldattach a cover letter and CV in addition tothe article. The subject line of the e-mailshould be:

“Article Submission: [Author Name]”for articles; or

“Book Review Submission: [AuthorName]” for book reviews.

Please send an e-mail [email protected] subject line of the e-mail shouldonly include the string “ExpeditedReview.” In the body of the e-mail,please include your name, the title ofthe manuscript, the date the currentoffer expires, a deadline for a decisionfrom the Buffalo Law Review, and yourcontact information.

[email protected]

BYU LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Has no general rules about the formattingof articles on initial submission.

ExpressO ExpressO

California LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions throughScholastica.

Also accepts by mail to:

Articles DepartmentCalifornia Law Review40 Boalt HallUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeley, CA 94720

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions in February 2014.

1) Articles should be 25,000 words orless (including footnotes). May considersubmissions of up to 35,000 words.

2) Bluebook citation format.

3) Please include the following contactinformation: Name, mailing address, e-mail address, phone number

Expedite requests should be made viaScholastica.

For hard-copy submissions, requestsmay be e-mailed [email protected] subject line of the request shouldread: “Last Name, First Name,Expedite Date, Article Title.”

Scholastica [email protected]

CaliforniaWestern LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO or bye-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Executive Lead Articles EditorCalifornia Western Law Review225 Cedar StreetSan Diego, CA 92101

Microsoft Word or WordPerfect.

Margins of at least one inch on all sides.

Bluebook citation format.

The title page should include the author’sname, academic or professionalaffiliations, and contact information.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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Campbell LawReview

E-mail [email protected]

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word format.

Include a CV and article abstract.

In the body of the e-mail message,include the following:

Name

E-mail Address

Phone Number (optional)

Subject

Offers an expedited review processwith a decision made within 48 hoursof receipt of a submission. Authorselecting to participate in the expeditedreview process should clearly indicatethis in the subject line of their e-mail oron the front of the envelope containingthe submission by including thefollowing words: “EXPEDITEDREVIEW REQUESTED.” Expeditedreview does not bind the author topublishing with the Campbell LawReview, however, authors whose worksare accepted under this process areasked to notify the Law Review of theirdecision to accept the offer ofpublication in a timely manner.

[email protected]

CapitalUniversityLaw Review

Accepts submission via e-mail [email protected] the subject line: ARTICLESUBMISSION: [insert title ofmanuscript]

Address hard copy submissions to:

Capital University Law ReviewAttn: Executive Content and BusinessEditor303 East Broad StreetColumbus, OH 43215

Does not accept submissions on disk orby fax.

Considers articles of any length, butparticularly interested in papers between8,000 to 20,000 words (not includingfootnotes) or 12,000 to 30,000 words(including footnotes).

Double-spaced text. Footnotes, notendnotes. Bluebook citation format.

Include a CV. The cover letter shouldhave: article’s title, e-mail address;mailing address, daytime telephonenumber, a short list of the author’spublished scholarly works (if applicable),and a brief description of the article iswelcome.

[email protected] [email protected]

Cardozo LawReview

Prefers Scholastica. No longer accepts viaExpressO.

If you or your institution do not have aScholastica account, you can submit bye-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will resume review ofsubmissions in February 2014.

No strict word limit, but prefers articlesunder 35,000 words.

Their website says the best time to submitis peak seasons of March-April orAugust-September.

Scholastica [email protected]

Scholastica [email protected]

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Case WesternReserve LawReview

Prefers submissions electronically viaExpressO, Scholastica, or Twitter(@CaseWResLRev).

May submit by mail to:

Case Western Reserve Law ReviewAttn: Executive Articles EditorCWRU School of Law11075 East BoulevardCleveland, OH 44106-7148

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressOsays they are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in lateFebruary.

Bluebook citation format. E-mail to [email protected] andinclude name and contact information,article’s title, publications that havemade offers, dates those offers willexpire, and whether you submittedelectronically or by mail.

ExpressO, Scholastica,Twitter, [email protected]

CatholicUniversityLaw Review

Prefers submissions via e-mail [email protected]

Accepts mail submissions at:

Lead Articles EditorsCatholic University Law ReviewColumbus School of LawSuite 2473600 John McCormack Road, NEWashington, D.C. 20064

All manuscript submissions should beaccompanied by a cover letter and CV.

Prefers Microsoft Word format.

To inquire about the status of an articlereview or to request expedited review,please contact Lead Articles Editors, bytelephone at (202) 319-5159, or byemail at [email protected]

For expedited review requests, provideyour name, the title of the article, thenames of the journals that have madeyou an offer, and the date by which youneed a response.

[email protected] or(202) 319-5159

The Lead Articles Editorsappreciate knowing in whichjournal an author hascommitted to publishing.

Chapman LawReview

Send via e-mail [email protected], withthe word “submission” included in thesubject line.

Send hard copy submissions to:

Chapman University School of LawChapman Law ReviewAttn: Senior Articles EditorOne University DriveOrange, CA 92866

Bluebook citation format.

Prefers Microsoft Word.

[email protected] [email protected]

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CharlestonLaw Review

Prefers submissions via e-mail [email protected]

Submissions can also be mailed to:

Charleston Law ReviewCharleston School of LawP.O. Box 535Charleston, SC 29402

If you have submitted a paper copy,please do not also submit a copyelectronically. If you have submitted acopy electronically, please do not alsosend a paper copy.

Submit one, double spaced copy.

Prefers Microsoft Word format.

Considers submissions of all lengths, butgives preference to articles of fewer than32,000 words.

Bluebook citation format. Footnotes arepreferred over endnotes.

Please include a brief abstract of thearticle with the text. Résumés andbiographical information are welcomed,but not required.

Submit expedite requests via e-mail [email protected] name, phone number, e-mailaddress, the name of the journal thathas offered publication, and the date bywhich an answer is requested.

[email protected] name, the title of yoursubmission, and the reason forwithdrawal. Please put“Withdraw” in the subject lineof the e-mail.

Charlotte LawReview

Prefers ExpressO, but also acceptssubmissions via e-mail [email protected] a hard copy mailed to:

Charlotte Law Reviewc/o Charlotte School of Law2145 Suttle AvenueCharlotte, North Carolina 28208

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Chicago(University of)Law Review

Accepts submissions via Scholastica.

Also accepts by e-mail [email protected]

Scholastica [email protected] the article title, the name of thejournal that has extended an offer topublish the article, and the date andtime that the offer expires.

Scholastica [email protected]

Chicago-KentLaw Review

All symposia format. Symposium topicproposals may be sent [email protected] or to:

Editor-in-ChiefChicago-Kent Law Review565 West Adams StreetChicago, IL 60661-3691

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Cincinnati(University of)Law Review

Submit via ExpressO.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Manuscripts should conform to the mostrecent editions of the Bluebook andChicago Manual of Style.

ExpressO ExpressO

CityUniversity ofNew YorkLaw Review

Strongly prefers electronic submissionsby ExpressO, LexOpus, or by email [email protected]

Dedicated to legal commentary thatpromotes the public interest and socialjustice; informs the legal community ofnew developments in public interest law;and provides a forum for practitionersfrom a wide array of social justice work.

Articles should be 25,000 words or fewer(including footnotes).

Bluebook citation format. Use footnotesrather than endnotes.

Include a résumé and cover lettersummarizing the argument and statinghow it advances the public interest.

ExpressO, LexOpus [email protected]

ExpressO, LexOpus [email protected]

ClevelandState LawReview

Prefers electronic submissions. Listed inScholastica and ExpressO although theirwebsite does not specifically mentioneither.

Will accept hard copies if necessary.

Cleveland State Law ReviewArticles Editorsc/o Cleveland-Marshall College of Law2121 Euclid Avenue, LB 138Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214

Include cover letter.

Bluebook citation format.

Prefers articles between 20 and 60 lawreview pages including text andfootnotes. Disfavors articles exceeding100 pages.

[email protected] [email protected]

Colorado(University of)Law Review

Uses ExpressO. If you are not affiliatedwith a university, you may submit yourarticle through bepress.com directly.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in February.

Submissions should be double-spaced andno longer than 75 pages.

Bluebook citation format.

Particularly interested in natural resourcesand environmental law topics.

Send request through ExpressO orbepress.com and provide: name, articletitle, date by which you need ananswer, journals that have offered topublish your manuscript.

ExpressO

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Columbia LawReview

Accepts submissions only throughScholastica.

Strong preference for accepting picesbetween 20,000 and 37,000 words(including footnotes).

Bluebook citation format. Footnotes arestrongly preferred over endnotes.

Encourages the use of gender-neutrallanguage.

Greatly prefers Microsoft Word format.

Scholastica Scholastica

ConnecticutLaw Review

Prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts e-mail submissions [email protected] or hard copyto:

Connecticut Law ReviewAttn: Submissions65 Elizabeth StreetHartford, CT 06105-2290

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions in February 2014.

Include cover letter and CV or résumé. ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Cornell LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

If a hard copy submission is necessary,mail it to:

Articles OfficeCornell Law ReviewMyron Taylor HallIthaca, New York 14853

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions on February 10, 2014.

No minimum or maximum page limits,but strongly prefers submissions that are30,000 words or less, including text andfootnotes. Will not publish piecesexceeding 40,000 words except inextraordinary circumstances.

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word format.

Footnotes are strongly preferred overendnotes.

Encourages the use of gender-neutrallanguage.

Send requests via ExpressO or bye-mail to Senior Article Editor [email protected] include “request for expeditedreview” somewhere in the subject lineof the e-mail. Include the name of thecompeting journal that has extended anoffer of publication and the date bywhich a decision is due.

If you submitted electronically, includea hyperlink to your submission or theExpressO identification numberassigned to your piece.

[email protected] include a hyperlink toyour electronic submission orthe ExpressO identificationnumber assigned to yourpiece.

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Creighton LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO ore-mail to [email protected] ormail to:

Creighton Law ReviewSchool of Law2500 California PlazaOmaha, NE 68178

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word only.

[email protected] [email protected]

CumberlandLaw Review

Please direct all inquiries to ArticlesEditor at [email protected] [email protected]

Cumberland Law ReviewCumberland School of LawSamford University800 Lakeshore DriveBirmingham, Alabama 35229

Bluebook citation format. Please direct all inquiries to ArticlesEditor at [email protected] [email protected]

[email protected] [email protected]

Dayton(University of)Law Review

Submit via e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Articles EditorUniversity of Dayton Law ReviewUniversity of Dayton School of Law300 College ParkDayton, Ohio 45469-2772

Follows the Bluebook and The Redbook:A Manual of Legal Style.

Include an abstract of approximately 100words on a separate page at the beginningof the article.

Microsoft Word format only.

Title and author name(s) must appear onthe first page of the text. Insert anauthor’s biographical note as the firstfootnote, using a symbol such as anasterisk (*) rather than a number.

For additional formatting suggestions, seehttp://www.udayton.edu/law/academics/law_review/submissions.php

[email protected] [email protected]

DenverUniversityLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Denver University Law ReviewAttention: Articles EditorUniversity of Denver Sturm

College of Law2255 E. Evans Ave, Suite 425Denver, CO 80208

Times New Roman, font size 12.

Bluebook citation format.

Include an abstract of not more than 150words and a current résumé or CV.

Include a cover letter with manuscripttitle, e-mail address, mailing address, anddaytime telephone number.

Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.

Contact by e-mail [email protected] or by phone(303) 871-6172.

An expedited request must includeauthor’s name, name of journal offeringpublication, and date by which ananswer is required.

[email protected]

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DePaul LawReview

Submit via e-mail [email protected]

Paper manuscripts may be sent to:

Managing Editor of Lead ArticlesDePaul Law ReviewDePaul College of Law25 East Jackson Boulevard – Suite 221Chicago, Illinois 60604

Bluebook citation format.

Double-spaced.

Footnotes rather than endnotes.

[email protected] [email protected]

Detroit Mercy(University of)Law Review

Submit by e-mail [email protected] mail to:

Outside Articles EditorUniversity of Detroit Mercy LawReview651 E. Jefferson Ave.Detroit, Michigan 48226

Bluebook citation format.

Text and footnotes should be double-spaced.

Prefers Microsoft Word.

[email protected] [email protected]

District ofColumbia(University of)Law Review

Strongly encourages electronicsubmissions, by website form at http://www.udclawreview.com/submissions/

If mailing, please submit articles to:

UDC David A. Clarke School of LawATTN: Law Review Articles Editor4200 Connecticut Avenue NW,Bldg. 52, Room 408Washington, DC 20008

Uses Microsoft Word and requests thatWordPerfect articles be converted beforesubmission.

Footnotes should be in compliance withthe Bluebook and follow the ChicagoManual of Style.

[email protected] [email protected]

Drake LawReview

Submit by e-mail, to the attention of theArticles Editors, [email protected]

Or mail to:

Drake Law Review2621 Carpenter AvenueDes Moines, Iowa 50311

Microsoft Word format. [email protected] [email protected]

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Drexel LawReview

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected].

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Prefers submissions no longer than25,000 words, inclusive of footnotes(approximately fifty law review pages).

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Duke LawJournal

Accepts submissions via Scholastica.

Also accepts by mail to:

Duke Law JournalDuke University School of Law210 Science DriveBox 90371Durham, NC 27708

Strong preference for articles of fewerthan 35,000 words, including footnotes;longer articles will only be published inexceptional circumstances. Shorter essaysare welcomed.

Bluebook citation format.

Include a cover letter with name, schoolor affiliation, manuscript title, address,telephone number, and e-mail address.

Encourages but do not require theprovision of an abstract and conformitywith the 15th edition of the ChicagoManual of Style.

Scholastica Scholastica

Duquesne LawReview

Prefers submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Bluebook citation format.

Attach a cover letter and résumé.

[email protected] [email protected]

Elon LawReview

Use ExpressO or contact the ArticlesEditor at [email protected] to discusssubmission of an electronic or printdocument.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Emory LawJournal

Accepts submissions only via ExpressO. Bluebook citation format.

Please use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Encourages using ExpressO forexpedite requests. You may alsocontact the Executive Articles Editor, [email protected] or 404-727-3623. Include your deadline, name ofthe journal that made a publicationoffer, and the best way to reach you.

ExpressO [email protected]

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Faulkner LawReview

Submit via ExpressO or contact theEditor-in-Chief [email protected] mail to:

Faulkner Law ReviewThomas Goode Jones School of Law5345 Atlanta HighwayMontgomery, Alabama 36109

Manuscripts should be no more than25,000 words, including footnotes.

Include a CV.

Bluebook format.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Florida A & MUniversityLaw Review

Prefers submissions by ExpressO ore-mail to [email protected],with the subject line: ARTICLESUBMISSION: [insert title ofmanuscript]

Or mail to:

FAMU Law ReviewAttn: Articles Editor201 Beggs AvenueSuite 138Orlando, Florida 32811

Considers articles of any length, butparticularly interested in papers between8,000 to 20,000 words (not includingfootnotes) or 12,000 to 30,000 words(including footnotes).

Manuscripts should be double-spaced,with footnotes, not endnotes. Bluebookcitation format.

Include CV and cover letter with title,e-mail address, mailing address, daytimetelephone number, short list of author’spublished scholarly works (if applicable),and a brief description of the article iswelcome.

[email protected] [email protected]

FloridaCoastal LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO.

Or mail to:

Attention: Submissions ManagerFlorida Coastal Law Review8787 Baypine RoadJacksonville, Florida 32256

Follows the Bluebook and the FloridaStyle Manual published by Florida StateUniversity Law Review.

If submitting articles by mail, submit yourarticles on diskette. Any pertinentresearch materials should accompany thediskette.

ExpressO

If you have any questions, pleasecontact the Florida Coastal LawReview Office at (904) 680-7793 or bye-mail at [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

FloridaInternationalUniversityLaw Review

All symposia format.

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Florida LawReview

Accepts submissions by ExpressO only.

Will not consider manuscripts that arepublished or under contract to bepublished in another journal, andconsiders manuscripts available on theinternet or through other alternativemedia outlets as published.

Does not review submissions or expediteany reviews during the summer period(late April through July) or the winterperiod (early November through January).

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on Feb. 3,2014.

Strongly prefers manuscripts under 50journal pages (approximately 25,000words including footnotes.

Double-spaced body text and footnotesrather than endnotes. Bluebook citationformat.

Include a CV and cover letter with a shortsynopsis of your manuscript; mailingaddress; telephone number; e-mailaddress; and a short list of recentlypublished scholarly work.

Submit requests via ExpressO or by e-mail to [email protected] by telephone to 352-273-0678.

Include the manuscript's title, the datewhen you need an answer, and youre-mail address and telephone number.

Will make every effort to honorrequests for expedited review, but willnot omit any stage of the reviewprocess.

ExpressO [email protected]

Florida StateUniversityLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

Manuscripts may be sent by e-mail [email protected], clearly marked as asubmission in the subject line.

Manuscripts may also be submitted bymail, though an electronic copy on eitherfloppy disk or CD is preferred:

Florida State University Law ReviewCollege of Law425 W. Jefferson Street, Ausley HouseTallahassee, Florida 32306-1601Attn: Article Submission

File Format: Microsoft Word97/2000/XP/2003 (Word 2007 iscurrently unsupported).

Cover letter and CV preferred.

12-point font (or larger) and footnotespreferred.

Bluebook format, with citations to Floridasources conforming to the Florida StateUniversity Law Review Florida StyleManual (6th ed.), a copy of which may beobtained for $5 by contacting BrendaEllis, the Law Review Office Manager, [email protected].

Send requests by ExpressO or bye-mail to [email protected]. Requestsshould be clearly marked for expeditedreview and specify a deadline. Prefersdeadlines that allow at least 7 to 10days to conduct a review. Will assumethat the review window remains openuntil 5:00 p.m. EST on the specifieddate unless otherwise indicated.Follow-up expedites should not shortenthe deadline considerably. Requeststhat allow less time may be reviewedmore briefly or may not be reviewed atall, as workload and circumstancesdictate.

ExpressO [email protected]

Fordham LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

If you are unable to submit via ExpressO,mail it to:

Executive Articles EditorFordham Law ReviewFordham University School of Law140 West 62nd StreetNew York , NY 10023

No minimum or maximum pagerequirements for submissions.

Bluebook citation format.

Strongly prefers to receive expediterequests via ExpressO. Requires at least48 hours to process.

If you submitted a hard copy by regularmail and require an expedited review,e-mail the Senior Articles Editors [email protected]. Include yourname and “Expedite Request” in thesubject line.

Strongly prefers to receivewithdrawal notices viaExpressO.

If you submitted a hard copyby regular mail, e-mail theSenior Articles Editors [email protected] your name and“Withdrawal” in the subjectline.

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George MasonLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissions byExpressO or e-mail to [email protected]

While strongly encouraging electronicsubmissions, also accepts hard copysubmissions at:

Articles EditorGeorge Mason Law ReviewGeorge Mason University School of Law3301 Fairfax DriveArlington VA 22201-4498

Include cover letter (preferably includingabstract of article) with total word countabove-the-line and preferably totalfootnote word count.

Include CV with contact information,including phone number, mailing addressand e-mail.

Microsoft Word. Double-spaced, TimesNew Roman font. Strongly prefersfootnotes. Bluebook citation format.

Send requests by ExpressO or by e-mail to [email protected]

Use “Expedited Review Request” andthe article title as the subject line of thee-mail, and include the following in thebody of the e-mail: author’s name,article’s title, contact phone number,journal making the offer, and thedeadline for the expedited review to becompleted.

ExpressO or [email protected]

GeorgeWashingtonLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start inmid-February.

For e-mail submissions, include “DirectSubmission” in the subject line of yourinitial submission and any subsequentcorrespondence regarding yoursubmission (including expedite requests).

Send requests by e-mail [email protected], with“Expedite Request” in the subject line.Provide your name, phone number,article title, the names of the journalsthat have made an offer, and the dateby which you need a response.

ExpressO [email protected]

GeorgetownLaw Journal

Prefers submissions via ExpressO. (TheGeorgetown Law Journal is listed underthe “T’s” in ExpressO.)Authors without ExpressO accounts maysubmit by e-mail [email protected]

Will not publish articles exceeding35,000 words (the equivalent of 70 lawreview pages) including text andfootnotes except in extraordinarycircumstances. Authors are encouraged toprovide a word count that includes textand footnotes to facilitate faster review oftheir manuscripts.

Provide an abstract and CV.

Requests for expedited review shouldbe made by ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]. Use“Expedited Review Request” and thearticle title as the subject line of thee-mail, and include the following in thebody of the e-mail: author’s name,article’s title, phone number, thejournal making the offer, and thedeadline for the expedited review to becompleted.

ExpressO [email protected]

Georgia LawReview

Prefers submissions via ExpressO, butalso accepts by mail to:

Georgia Law ReviewUniversity of Georgia School of LawAthens, GA 30602-6012

ExpressO. Authors with questions maycontact the law review [email protected] or (706) 542-7286.

Must provide the title of the publicationmaking the offer as well as the deadlineof the offer.

ExpressO or [email protected]

Georgia StateUniversityLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO. ExpressO. The e-mail address forquestions about article submissions [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Glendale LawReview

Finished manuscripts may be sent to:

Editor-in-ChiefGlendale Law Review220 North Glendale AvenueGlendale, CA 91206

Golden GateUniversityLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Golden Gate University Law Review536 Mission StreetSan Francisco, CA 94105-2968ATTN: Outside Articles Editor

Include a cover letter with the article’stitle, author’s name, address, affiliation,phone number and e-mail contactinformation.

Include CV.

Microsoft Word format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Gonzaga LawReview

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Also accepts by e-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Encourages use of gender-neutrallanguage.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Hamline LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected] send manuscript with CD copy ofpaper to:

Articles EditorsHamline Law ReviewHamline University School of Law1536 Hewitt AvenueSt. Paul, MN 55104-1284

Double-spaced. One space after periods.Only one type of footnote numbering maybe used; dedications or other informationmust be numbered as a normal footnote.Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word.

[email protected] [email protected]

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Harvard LawReview

Strongly encourages use of its electronicsubmission system athttp://www.harvardlawreview.org/submissions.php#form

Alternatively, mail manuscript to:

Articles OfficeHarvard Law ReviewGannett House1511 Massachusetts Ave.,Cambridge, MA 02138

Strongly prefers articles under 25,000words. Will not publish articles exceeding30,000 words except in extraordinarycircumstances.

Bluebook citation format. Use footnotesrather than endnotes.

To facilitate anonymous review, confineyour name, affiliation, biographicalinformation, and acknowledgments to aseparate cover page. Include themanuscript’s title on the first text page.

Strongly recommends submittingexclusively, at least 10 days beforesubmitting to other journals. Authors whochoose to give exclusive submissionshould indicate clearly in the cover letterand electronic submission system the datethey expect to send to other journals.

Send requests throughhttp://www.harvardlawreview.org/expedite.php

You may also contact by phone at 617-495-7889 or fax to 617-496-5053. Beprepared to provide (1) manuscript’stracking number; (2) manuscript’s title;(3) date by which you need an answer;(4) phone number; and (5) e-mailaddress.

617-495-7889617-496-5053 fax

Articles Office, Harvard LawReview, Gannett House, 1511Massachusetts Ave.,Cambridge, MA 02138

(The website doesn’t includean e-mail address)

Hastings LawJournal

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Hastings Law JournalU.C. Hastings College of the Law200 McAllister StreetSan Francisco, California 94102-4707

Double-spaced, with citations in eitherfootnote or endnote style.

Prefers articles under 30,000 words,including text and footnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

Include cover letter and a brief abstract.

Send requests by e-mail [email protected].

Include author’s name, title of thearticle, the name(s) of the offeringjournal(s), and the deadline date.

ExpressO [email protected]

Hawai’i(University of)Law Review

Submit via ExpressO.

(The website also mentions submissionsby e-mail to [email protected],but it is unclear if that is obsoleteinformation.)

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft word preferred.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Hofstra LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO,e-mail to [email protected], and bymail to:

Hofstra Law ReviewManaging Editor of ArticlesHofstra University School of Law121 Hofstra UniversityHempstead, New York 11549-1210

For more information about publicationprocess, reprint and copyright policies,and notable past symposia andcontributions, download the publicationguide, available in PDF format, athttp://lawarchive.hofstra.edu/pdf/Academics/Journals/LawReview/lrv_pub_guide.pdf

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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Houston LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO.

If unable to use ExpressO, send hard copyto:

Houston Law ReviewAtten: Submissions100 law CenterStudent Organizations SuiteHouston, TX 77204-6060

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in Spring2014.

Bluebook citation format.

Double spaced with footnotes.

Submit requests through ExpressO. Ifunable to use ExpressO, use onlineexpedite request form athttp://www.houstonlawreview.org/submissions/expedited-submissions/expedited-submission-form/

ExpressO.

Howard LawJournal

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

[email protected] [email protected]

Idaho LawReview

Submit via ExpressO or e-mail [email protected] mail to:

Idaho Law ReviewAttn: Lead Articles EditorUniversity of Idaho College of LawP.O. Box 442321Moscow, Idaho 83844-2321

Grammar, punctuation and dicationshould conform to the 16th edition of theChicago Manual of Style.

Bluebook citation format for thefootnotes.

Include an abstract of the article.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Illinois(University of)Law Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or by mail to:

Articles EditorsUniversity of Illinois Law ReviewUniversity of Illinois College of Law244H Law Building504 East Pennsylvania AvenueChampaign, IL 61820-6996

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Include cover letter and CV.

Manuscripts should conform to theChicago Manual of Style and theBluebook.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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Indiana LawJournal

Submit by ExpressO.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in February.

Strongly encourages authors to submitonly one copy of their manuscript. Thepreferred format is double-spaced withone-inch margins. Text and citationsshould conform to the Bluebook and theChicago Manual of Style.

ExpressO ExpressO

Indiana LawReview

Send by e-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Indiana Law ReviewIndiana University Robert H. McKinneySchool of LawLawrence W. Inlow Hall530 W. New York StreetIndianapolis, IN 46202-3225

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in Spring2014.

All submissions should contain:

One copy of the manuscript, doublespaced, with one-inch margins;

Abstract of the manuscript;

CV

Contact information, including atelephone number, e-mail address, andfax number.

[email protected]

For further information, contact ChrisPaynter, Editorial Specialist, at (317)274-4440 or the Indiana Law Review’sExecutive Editors at (317) 274-4039.

[email protected]

Iowa LawReview

Submit by Scholastica.

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions in February 2014.

Does not have a maximum word count orpage limit, although the length of themanuscript may be a factor considered inthe selection process.

Bluebook citation format; Redbook style.

Microsoft Word format.

Scholastica Scholastica

John F.KennedyUniversityLaw Review

The school’s general address is:John F. Kennedy University100 Ellinwood WayPleasant Hill, CA 94523-4817

John MarshallLaw Journal(Atlanta)

Accepts submissions via ExpressO ore-mail [email protected]

Use footnotes and Bluebook citationformat.

Encourages sending a cover letter, anabstract of no more than 500 words, aword count, and CV.

[email protected](404) 872-3593 x 137

[email protected]

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John MarshallLaw Review(Chicago)

Prefers submission by e-mail to theExecutive Lead Articles Editor [email protected] hardcover manuscripts, with a CDor diskette, to:

The John Marshall Law ReviewAttn: Executive Lead Articles Editor315 South Plymouth CourtChicago, Illinois 60604

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

All manuscripts must be typed, double-spaced, with at least one-inch margins,and with endnotes appended to the mainbody.

Bluebook citation format.

Include a CV.

[email protected] [email protected]

Kansas(University of)Law Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Submissions by e-mail, preferably inWord format, may be sent [email protected].

Hardcopies may be submitted to:

Managing EditorKansas Law ReviewUniversity of Kansas School of Law1535 W. 15th StreetLawrence, KS 66045

Include a cover letter and CV.

No maximum page limit; articles of alllengths will be considered.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Kentucky LawJournal

Strongly encourages submissions viaExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

Hard copies may be mailed to:

Articles EditorKentucky Law JournalUniversity of Kentucky College of LawLexington, KY 40506-0048

Bluebook citation format.

Include résumé or CV.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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La Verne(University of)Law Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

If you must submit a hard copy, mail it to:

University of La Verne Law ReviewUniversity of La Verne College of Law320 East D St.Ontario, CA 91764

Include a table of contents, an abstract,footnotes (note endnotes), a CV, and acover letter with contact information.

For hard copy submissions, bind thedocument with a binder clip (not stapledor in a folder).

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected] Chief Articles Editorappreciates knowing whichjournal is publishing thearticle.

Lewis & ClarkLaw Review

Submissions by Scholastica are stronglypreferred. Also accepts submissions byExpressO and by e-mail [email protected] submissions may not beavailable during the entire submissionsperiod.

If you wish to submit your manuscript onpaper, mail it to:

Lewis & Clark Law ReviewAttention: Submissions EditorLewis & Clark Law School10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd.Portland, OR 97219-7799

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they are not currently acceptingsubmissions. Likewise, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Bluebook citation format.

If submitting by e-mail, include theauthor’s name and manuscript title in thesubject line.

Accepts submissions in Microsft Word,Corel Wordperfect, or Adobe Acrobat(pdf) formats.

Submissions are generally acceptedevery February and August, andauthors are encouraged to submit asearly as possible after the opening ofthe submissions window.

Scholastica, ExpressO, [email protected]

Scholastica, ExpressO, [email protected].

LibertyUniversityLaw Review

May be reached concerning submissionsby e-mail to [email protected]

Invites the submission of articles, essays,and book reviews that exhibit acommitment to excellence and promotethe Christian intellectual tradition bydrawing upon legal, historical,philosophical, and theological sources.

Microsoft Word.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

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Lincoln LawReview

Send submissions to the Articles Editor [email protected]

The article’s title, author’s name, andcomplete address should be typed on aseparate sheet, which should be preparedas the first page of the manuscript. Thesecond page should contain a shortautobiographical statement.

[email protected] [email protected]

LincolnMemorialUniversityLaw Review

Submit via online form athttp://digitalcommons.lmunet.edu/lmulrev/

Include an abstract and keywords. [email protected] [email protected]

Louisiana LawReview

Prefers submissions by ExpressO ore-mail [email protected]

Accepts hard-copy submissions at:

Louisiana Law ReviewArticles EditorPaul M. Hebert Law Center1 E. Campus Dr., Room W114Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Prefers articles under 25,000 words,including footnotes, but will publishlonger articles under exceptionalcircumstances.

Textual style and usage should conformto Bryan Garner’s The Redbook: AManual on Legal Style.

Footnotes should conform to theLouisiana Law Review StreamlinedCitation Manual and the Bluebook.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Louisville(University of)Law Journal

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Also accepts by e-mail [email protected]

Or by mail to:

Attn: Senior Articles EditorUniversity of Louisville Law ReviewLouis D. Brandeis School of LawUniversity of LouisvilleLouisville, KY 40292

Bluebook citation format. Double-spaced,with non-justified right margin.Endnotes, not footnotes, should beused.Microsoft Word.

The complete title and the author’s name,address, e-mail address, and telephonenumber should be typed on a separatesheet, which should be the first page ofthe manuscript. A short autobiographicalstatement should be prepared as the firstunnumbered footnote.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Loyola LawReview (NewOrleans)

Submit by e-mail, with “submission” inthe subject line, to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Loyola Law ReviewAttention: Article EditorsLoyola University New Orleans Collegeof Law7214 St. Charles AvenueCampus Box 901New Orleans, LA 70118

Prefers electronic submissions to be inMicrosoft Word format.

Authors may e-mail inquiries to:

E-mail: [email protected]: Editor-in-Chief

[email protected]

Loyola of LosAngeles LawReview

Publishes four issues per year. One ormore are symposia containing articlesfrom pre-selected authors, and at least oneis made up of submissions on any topic.

Strongly prefers submissions byExpressO or by e-mail, in MicrosoftWord or Adobe PDF format, to the ChiefArticles Editor [email protected]

Address hard-copy submissions to:

Loyola of Los Angeles Law ReviewAttn: Chief Articles Editor919 Albany StreetLos Angeles, CA 90015

Will review submissions of any length,but prefers articles under 25,000 words(including footnotes).

Bluebook citation format.

Times New Roman 11 or larger sizedfont, use footnotes instead of endnotes,and have numbered pages.

Include a cover letter with manuscripttitle, e-mail address, mailing address,daytime telephone number, word countwith footnotes, and word count excludingfootnotes.

Include a brief abstract (under 250 words)on a separate page.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

LoyolaUniversityChicago LawJournal

Submit by e-mail [email protected] or send to:

Kelly Pendergast, Executive Editor,Lead ArticlesLoyola University Chicago Law Journal25 East Pearson StreetRoom 1421Chicago, Illinois 60611

Bluebook citation format. [email protected] [email protected]

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Maine LawReview

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

If you are unable to use ExpressO, e-maila Microsoft Word version [email protected]

Or to submit by mail:

Executive EditorMaine Law Review246 Deering AvenuePortland ME 04102

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are currently taking only privacylaw submissions for their Springvolume.

Include:

Cover letter with contact information.

A brief professional biography with alist of credentials.

Any other pertinent information (e.g.article is being resubmitted, a MaineLaw faculty member is familiar with thearticle, the article is time sensitive, etc.).

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

MarquetteLaw Review

Primarily receives submissions throughExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected] orby mail to:

Marquette Law ReviewEckstein HallP.O. Box 1881Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881

ExpressO [email protected]

If you have any questions, do nothesitate to contact the Senior ArticlesEditor at (414) 288-5143.

ExpressO [email protected]

Maryland LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO. No general rules about the formatting ofarticles upon initial submission.

ExpressO ExpressO

McGeorgeLaw Review

Accepts submissions by ExpressO or bye-mail to [email protected]

Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.

Include a CV and cover letter.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO or [email protected]

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Memphis(University of)Law Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or via U.S. mail to:

Senior Articles EditorUniversity of Memphis Law ReviewCecil C. Humphreys School of Law1 North Front StreetMemphis, Tennessee 38111

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in early2014.

Microsoft Word preferred.

Double-spaced text. Single-spacedfootnotes at the bottom of each page, withdouble space between footnotes and onetab between footnote number andfootnote text.

Times New Roman 12 point font(including footnotes).

Bluebook citation format and ChicagoManual of Style.

[email protected]

Include name, e-mail, telephonenumber, name of journal offeringpublication, and expiration date of theoffer.

ExpressO [email protected]

Mercer LawReview

Has submission system on website:

http://www2.law.mercer.edu/lawreview/unsolicited.cfm

Or mail to:

Articles EditorMercer Law ReviewWalter F. George School of LawMercer UniversityMacon, Georgia 31207

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions again on March 1, 2014.

Bluebook citation format. [email protected] or478-301-2337

[email protected]

Miami(University of)Law Review

Their website says that ExpressO is theirexclusive method for submissions, butthen says authors seeking publication canalso submit by e-mail or regular mail.

E-mail address [email protected] address is:

University of Miami Law ReviewUniversity of Miami School of LawAttention: Senior Articles Editor1311 Miller DriveB-349 Law LibraryCoral Gables, Florida 33124

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Michigan LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaScholastica.

Alternatively, manuscripts may besubmitted via email [email protected]

Alternatively, submissions may be madein hard copy. Please do not submit yourarticle by mail if you have also submittedthe article through ExpressO.

Michigan Law ReviewHutchins Hall625 S. State StreetAnn Arbor, MI 48109-1215

Please include a cover letter with name,article title, word count (includingfootnotes), mailing address, phonenumber, and e-mail address.

Use footnotes, not endnotes. FollowsBluebook and Chicago Manual of Style.

All pieces should be less than 25,000words, including footnotes. This is not afirm cap, but it is a strong preference.

To request an expedite, please [email protected] and provideus with:

Your name, phone number and e-mail address

Title of the article

The journal that has accepted it

Your deadline

To facilitate the review process, it ishelpful if you attach an electronicversion of your article to the e-mail.

Scholastica [email protected]

Michigan StateLaw Review

Accepts through ExpressO and e-mail [email protected]

All materials, including article and CV,must be in Word format.

Accepts submissions on a rolling basisthroughout the year, but generally fillsone to two issues between February andApril and one to two issues during Augustand September.

ExpressO or [email protected]

Also has an online form for submittingquestions about submissions athttp://www.msulawreview.org/submissions/

ExpressO [email protected]

MinnesotaLaw Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts manuscripts sent by e-mailto [email protected] or by regularmail to:

Minnesota Law ReviewUniversity of Minnesota Law SchoolWalter F. Mondale Hall, Room 285229 - 19th Avenue SouthMinneapolis, MN 55455

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in February.

Include a cover letter indicting totalnumber of words in the article (includingtext and footnotes) and the number ofwords in text alone.

Bluebook citation format.

Authors may direct requests forexpedited review [email protected], 612-625-9330(tel.), or 612-624-5400 (fax).

[email protected]

MississippiCollege LawReview

Accepts submissions by ExpressO ore-mail to [email protected]

Microsoft Word.

Bluebook citation format.

Looks to Bryan Garner’s Redbook forguidance on grammar, style, and usage inlegal writing, and to the Chicago Manualof Style generally.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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MississippiLaw Journal

Strongly prefers ExpressO, but alsoaccepts via email (with the wordSUBMISSION in the subject line) [email protected] hard copy is necessary, mail it to:

Editor-in-ChiefMississippi Law JournalP.O. Box 849University, MS 38677

Double-spaced, with 12-point font.

Bluebook citation format.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Missouri LawReview

Primary submission vehicle is ExpressO.

Also accepts by mail to:

Missouri Law ReviewAttn: Lead Articles EditorHulston Hall, Room 15Columbia, MO 65211

Or by e-mail [email protected]

Microsoft Word.

Include an abstract of the article in thee-mail message in addition to your nameand contact information.

Encourages you to request expeditedreviews via ExpressO.

ExpressO [email protected]

Montana LawReview

Their website does not clearly state howto submit, but they are on ExpressO, andtheir e-mail address [email protected]

Montana Law ReviewThe University of MontanaSchool of LawMissoula, MT 59812

Prefers articles of 15,000 to 30,000words.

Prefers topics relating to election law orMontana law.

Prefers Microsoft Word.

Uses the ALWD citation format andrequires authors to submit articles usingthat format.

[email protected] [email protected]

Nebraska LawReview

Accepts submissions via ExpressO or bye-mail sent to [email protected]

Also accepts submissions by mail to:

Nebraska Law ReviewCollege of LawP.O. Box 8309031875 North 42nd StreetLincoln, NE 68583-0903

Include a CV and cover letter withauthor’s contact information and otherpertinent information about the articlebeing submitted.

Prefers Microsoft Word, but documentsshould not be converted from oneprogram to another to accommodate thepreference.

Bluebook citation format.

Double-spaced. Use footnotes rather thanendnotes.

Send to [email protected] ExpressO or [email protected]

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Nevada LawJournal

Prefers submissions by e-mail [email protected] accepts submissions by mail at:

University of Nevada, Las VegasNevada Law JournalAttention Articles EditorsBox 4510034505 S. Maryland ParkwayLas Vegas, NV 89154-1003

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word.

[email protected] make requests for expeditedreview upon initial submission,specifying the journal from which youhave received an offer as well as thedate and time the offer expires.

[email protected] include your name, thetitle of your submission, andthe reason for withdrawal.

New EnglandLaw Review

Accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected] accepts submissions by mail to:

New England Law ReviewAttention: Editor in Chief46 Church StreetBoston, MA 02116

Authors should disclose any economicinterests or affiliations that may influencethe views expressed in the submission.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

NewHampshire(University of)Law Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

If you must submit a hard copy, mail it to:

Articles EditorUniversity of New Hampshire Law

Review2 White StreetConcord, NH 03301

Bluebook citation format. ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

New MexicoLaw Review

Submit by ExpressO or e-mail [email protected] by mail to:

New Mexico Law ReviewATTN: Lead Articles EditorUNM School of LawMSC11 60701 University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Include an abstract of approximately 100words on a separate page.

Minimum length of 30 pages, andmaximum or 75 pages.

Guidelines for manuscript preparation foraccepted authors can be found athttp://lawschool.unm.edu/nmlr/manuscript-prep.php

[email protected] honor reasonable requests for anexpedited review, but requests thatauthors use the expedited reviewprivilege sparingly.

[email protected]

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New YorkLaw SchoolLaw Review

All symposia format. Symposiumproposals may be sent via email [email protected] or by mail to:

New York Law School Law ReviewAttn: Symposium Proposal185 West BroadwayNew York, NY 10013

North CarolinaCentral LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected] orby mail to:

North Carolina Central Law ReviewSchool of LawNorth Carolina Central University640 Nelson StreetDurham, N.C. 27707

Focuses on constitutional issues,primarily civil rights, equal protection,due process, and other new or evolvingareas of law facing minorities. Alsoregularly publishes works on topics ofinterest to North Carolina practitioners.

Manuscripts should be in duplicate,typed, double spaced, with footnotes.

At the time of submission, please informus which software package was used inprinting the work. Authors whose worksare accepted for publication will be askedto submit their work on a CD Rom.

[email protected] [email protected]

North CarolinaLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO. Does not accept submissionsby e-mail.

Also accepts submissions by mail to:

Executive Articles EditorThe North Carolina Law ReviewUNC School of LawVan Hecke-Wettach Hall100 Ridge RoadCampus Box #3380Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions on Feb. 1, 2014.

Gives preference to articles under 25,000words in length – the equivalent of 50 lawreview pages – including text andfootnotes. Will not publish articlesexceeding 40,000 words – the equivalentof 75 to 80 law review pages – except inextraordinary circumstances.

Include a cover letter.

Bluebook citation format.

Send e-mail to the Executive ArticlesEditor at [email protected]

Include your name, phone number, ashort title of the piece, the names ofother publications from which you havereceived offers, and the relevantdeadline. Please do not e-mailsubmissions of your manuscript.

ExpressO or [email protected]

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North DakotaLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or send hard copy to:

North Dakota Law ReviewUniversity of North DakotaSchool of LawP.O. Box 9003Grand Forks, ND 58202-9003

Include a cover letter and CV.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

NortheasternUniversityLaw Journal

All symposia format. Contact the journalat [email protected] if you would like tosubmit an article for a symposium.

NorthernIllinoisUniversityLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected] by mail to:

Editor in ChiefNIU Law ReviewNorthern Illinois UniversityDeKalb, IL 60115

Or by online submission form athttp://www.niu.edu/law/organizations/law_review/manuscript.shtml

Double-spaced. Bluebook citation format.Word and Word Perfect documents arepreferred.

Include a cover page with author’s fullname, academic and professionalaffiliations, and complete address andphone number.

Include a brief abstract of no more than200 words.

[email protected] [email protected]

NorthernKentucky LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected] or send hardcopy to:

Lead Articles EditorNorthern Kentucky Law ReviewSalmon P. Chase College of LawNunn Hall, Room 402Highland Heights, KY 41099

They also have an online submissionform on their website athttp://chaselaw.nku.edu/academics/lawreview/submissions.html

Word or WordPerfect.

Include a cover letter with the author’se-mail address, physical address, anddaytime phone number.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

Send request by e-mail [email protected] or call 859-572-5444 and leave a message with theauthor's name, phone number, e-mailaddress, manuscript title, and date bywhich you need an answer.

[email protected]

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NorthwesternUniversityLaw Review

Submissions must be made by ExpressO.Submissions are not accepted via e-mailand mailing of hard copies is allowedonly in extenuating circumstances.

According to their website, theirselection process runs from Januarythrough early April and again fromAugust through early October.

Provide a word count, includingfootnotes. No formal length requirementsand will review all submissions, butendorses the position that most articlescan effectively convey their argumentswithin 40-70 journal pages. Stronglyprefers articles between 15,000 and30,000 words, including footnotes.

Double-spaced. Use footnotes rather thanendnotes. Follows the Bluebook andTexas Law Review Manual on Usage &Style.

Submit requests via ExpressO. ExpressO.

Notre DameLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaScholastica.

Submissions by e-mail will also beaccepted at [email protected]

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word.

Include a CV.

Scholastica Scholastica

Nova LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Nova Law ReviewShepard Broad Law Center3305 College AvenueFort Lauderdale, Florida 33314

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word.

[email protected] [email protected]

NYU LawReview

Accepts submission via Scholastica.

If you must submit a hard copy, mail to:

Senior Articles EditorNew York University Law Review110 West Third StreetNew York, NY 10012-1003

Strong preference for pieces under 35,000words, including text and footnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

Send request via Scholastica. If unableto use Scholastica, by e-mail [email protected]. Please include“request for expedited review”somewhere in the subject line of thee-mail.

Scholastica [email protected]

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Ohio NorthernUniversityLaw Review

Submit by ExpressO or Scholastica.

Or e-mail to Christopher Todd Mosley,Lead Articles Editor, [email protected] by mail to:

Ohio Northern University Law ReviewThe Claude W. Pettit College of Law525 South Main StreetAda, OH 45810

Include a cover letter and CV. ExpressO, Scholastica, or e-mail [email protected]

ExpressO, Scholastica, or e-mail to [email protected]

Ohio StateLaw Journal

Accepts submissions via ExpressO aswell as in paper form at:

Ohio State Law JournalAttention: Article SubmissionsThe Ohio State University MoritzCollege of Law55 West 12th AvenueColumbus, OH 43210

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will not accept submissionsagain until late February 2014.

Include a cover letter with your contactinformation, including your e-mailaddress.

You may include a CV with yoursubmission.

The best time to submit is usually lateFebruary through mid-April, or mid-August through mid-October.

ExpressO.

Include your name, article’s title, thedeadline date – preferably at least twoweeks – and the name of the journalthat made the offer.

For questions, call (614) 292-6829 orsend e-mail to [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

OklahomaCityUniversityLaw Review

Prefers ExpressO, but also acceptssubmissions by e-mail [email protected]

Submit CV and cover letter.

Strongly prefers articles under 25,000words.

Bluebook citation format, preferablyMicrosoft Word, and double-spaced.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

OklahomaLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or send hardcopy submissions to:

Oklahoma Law Review Submissions300 Timberdell RoadNorman, Oklahoma 73019

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin evaluatingsubmissions again on Feb. 28, 2014.

Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, or PDFformats.

[email protected] [email protected]

Oregon LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaExpressO.

Double-spaced text. Single-spacedfootnotes. One-inch margins.

Times New Roman 12-pt. font.

ExpressO ExpressO

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Pace LawReview

To submit an article for publication,please contact:

Jackie Weissgerber & Laura YoungExecutive Articles EditorsPace Law ReviewPace University School of Law78 North BroadwayWhite Plains, NY 10603

E-mail address is [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in January.

[email protected] [email protected]

Penn StateLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected] mail to:

Editor in ChiefPenn State Law ReviewLewis Katz BuildingUniversity Park, PA 16802

Microsoft Word format.

Bluebook citation format. Double-spaced.Use footnotes, not endnotes.

Include a CV and a separate cover sheetwith a brief abstract of the article.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Pennsylvania(University of)Law Review

Prefers ExpressO.

Authors who choose to send an exclusivesubmission (not submitted to otherjournals for at least seven days) shouldsubmit by e-mail [email protected] and include“Exclusive Submission” in the subjectline and clearly indicate in the body of thee-mail that the submission is exclusiveand give the date you expect to submit toother journals.

Also accepts submissions by mail to:

Articles EditorsUniversity of Pennsylvania Law Review3501 Sansom StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19104-6204

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions in February 2014.

Strongly prefers articles under 35,000words (including footnotes). Willcontinue to publish manuscripts over35,000 words if the length is merited.

If you submit your article by mail ratherthan electronically, please include a wordcount in the cover letter.

Bluebook citation format.

Use ExpressO if submitted that way.

For submissions sent by mail, sendexpedite request [email protected] the article title, the offeringpublication, and the deadline for areply.

ExpressO [email protected]

PepperdineLaw Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO, but alsoaccepts by e-mail [email protected]

Or by mail to:

Pepperdine Law ReviewPepperdine University School of Law24255 Pacific Coast Hwy.Malibu, CA 90263

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions but gives no date whenthey will start.

Bluebook citation format.

Include a brief summary of biographicaldata either in the footnotes of thesubmission or as an attachment.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Pittsburgh(University of)Law Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions via website athttp://lawreview.law.pitt.edu/ojs/index.php/lawreview/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start shortly.

Microsoft Word .doc format.

Single-spaced text. 12-point font. Italicsrather than underlining.

All illustrations, figure, and tables shouldbe placed within text at appropriate pointsrather than at the end of the article.Include separate .jpeg or other image filesfor all images.

ExpressO ExpressO

QuinnipiacLaw Review

Submit by ExpressO, direct submissionform at http://www.quinnipiac.edu/qlr-submission-form/ or e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Law Review AssociationQuinnipiac University School of Law275 Mount Carmel Ave.Hamden, CT 06518-1952

Include abstract, CV, and cover letter. [email protected] [email protected]

RegentUniversityLaw Review

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or by mail to:

Attn: Articles EditorRegent University Law ReviewRegent University School of Law1000 Regent University DriveVirginia Beach, Virginia 23464-9800

Seeks to present academically excellentscholarship on relevant issues facing thelegal community today from theperspective of a historic Christianworldview.

Send request [email protected], noting in thesubject line that it is an expeditedrequest. Indicate the journal that hasextended the offer and the time bywhich you must respond.

[email protected]

Richmond(University of)Law Review

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Nathan Kramer, Lead Articles EditorUniversity of Richmond Law ReviewT.C. Williams School of Law, Room301University of RichmondRichmond, Virginia 23173

Strongly prefers that submissions includea cover letter and résumé.

[email protected] [email protected]

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RogerWilliamsUniversityLaw Review

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or by mail to:

Roger Williams University Law Review10 Metacom AvenueBristol, Rhode Island 02809

Double-spaced. Bluebook citationformat.

[email protected] [email protected]

Rutgers LawJournal

Prefers submissions by e-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on April 15,2014.

Prefers Microsoft Word 97-2003 format. [email protected] [email protected]

Rutgers LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Rutgers Law ReviewArticles Office, 3rd FloorRutgers School of Law – NewarkCenter for Law and Justice123 Washington StreetNewark, NJ 07102

Send request to Senior Articles Editorat [email protected]

In the body of the e-mail, pleaseinclude your name, the manuscript title,the name of the journal that extendedan offer, the date it expires, and thephone number or e-mail address of acontact person at the journal. Toincrease the chances of timely review,attach your manuscript to the e-mail.

If you are unable to send e-mail, youmay request expedited review bycalling the Senior Articles Editor at(973) 353-5391.

[email protected]

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Saint LouisUniversityLaw Journal

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail to theattention of the Articles Editor, JaredHausmann ([email protected]) or JackMartin ([email protected])

Or mail to:

Articles EditorSaint Louis University School of LawLaw Journal100 N. Tucker Blvd.St. Louis, MO 63101

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on Jan. 15,2014.

Prefers footnotes rather than endnotes.Bluebook citation format.

Prefers e-mail submissions in MicrosoftWord format, but accepts WordPerfect aswell.

ExpressO or e-mail to the attention ofthe Articles Editor, Jared Hausmann([email protected]) or Jack Martin([email protected])

ExpressO or e-mail to theattention of the ArticlesEditor, Jared Hausmann([email protected]) or JackMartin ([email protected])

San DiegoLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO. If notavailable, submit by e-mail [email protected] unable to submit electronically, sendpaper copy to:

San Diego Law ReviewUniversity of San Diego School of Law5998 Alcala Park, GH 201CSan Diego, CA 92110

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on June 1,2014.

Include a cover letter, CV or résumé, andabstract.

Bluebook citation format. Follows theTexas Law Review Manual on Usage &Style.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

San Francisco(University of)Law Review

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

Microsoft Word or other standard wordprocessing software.

Bluebook citation format. Submittedarticles should have footnotes that are innear-publishable order.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Santa ClaraLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

All submissions are considered, butpreference is given to articles of fewerthan 50 pages in length (includingfootnotes).

Include a brief abstract.

Send request by e-mail [email protected] your name and manuscript title,as well as the date that the offerexpires.

[email protected] “withdrawal” in thesubject line and provide theauthor name and manuscripttitle.

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SeattleUniversityLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO. Bluebook citation format. In the interestof assisting readers with locating sourcesefficiently, the editors will continue toprovide parallel citations to both theWashington Reports and the PacificReporter.

ExpressO ExpressO

Seton HallLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

If unable to submit via ExpressO, alsoaccepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

SMU LawReview

Strongly prefers submisions viaExpressO, but will also accept by mail to:

Editor-in-ChiefSMU Law ReviewDedman School of LawSouthern Methodist UniversityDallas, Texas 75275

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on May 1,2014.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Bluebook citation format. Times 11 pointor larger font.

Include cover letter, résumé or CV, andbrief abstract (under 250 words).

No minimum or maximum pagerequirements, although brevity is valued.

Send requests to [email protected] the words “Expedite Request”appearing in the subject heading.Provide the title of any otherpublication currently making apublication offer along with a decisiondeadline.

ExpressO [email protected]

South CarolinaLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissions viaScholastica.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Editor in ChiefSouth Carolina Law Review701 S. Main Street, Room 401Columbia, SC 29208

Include a cover letter and CV.

Bluebook citation format.

Prefers articles under 30,000 words inlength, including footnotes, and will notpublish articles exceeding 40,000 wordsexcept in extraordinary circumstances.

Send requests [email protected] your name, submission title,other offers for publication, and yourdeadline for review.

[email protected]

South DakotaLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Articles EditorSouth Dakota Law ReviewSchool of Law, University of SouthDakota414 E. Clark StreetVermillion, South Dakota 57069-3290

Double-spaced with wide left margins.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

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South TexasLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or by email [email protected]

Include cover letter and résumé.

Bluebook citation format.

No minimum or maximum page limits.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

SouthernCalifornia LawReview

Strongly prefers submissions viaScholastica.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail to theExecutive Articles Editor [email protected]. Include“Submission” in the subject line.

Paper submissions should be directed to:

Executive Articles EditorSouthern California Law ReviewThe Law SchoolUniversity of Southern CaliforniaUniversity ParkLos Angeles, California 90089-0071

Prefers articles under 35,000 words(including footnotes).

Bluebook citation format.

Scholastica.

Direct all inquiries regarding thesubmissions process to the ExecutiveArticles Editor, Christine Capuyan, [email protected]. Pleaseinclude “Inquiry” in the subject line.

Scholastica [email protected]

SouthernIllinoisUniversityLaw Journal

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

Although electronic submissions arepreferred, also accepts submissionsmailed to:

Editor in ChiefSouthern Illinois University Law Journal1209 W. ChautauquaSouthern Illinois University School of LawCarbondale, IL 62901

Include a cover letter, CV, and an abstractof not more than 150 words.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

SouthernUniversityLaw Review

Submit by ExpressO or by e-mail to theArticles Editor at [email protected]

Or mail to:

Articles EditorSouthern University Law ReviewSouthern University Law CenterP.O. Box 9241Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813

ExpressO or [email protected]

Please contact Articles Editor viae-mail or include a note with yourpaper submission, requesting anexpedited review.

ExpressO [email protected]

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SouthwesternUniversityLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on Feb. 1,2014.

Double-spaced text and footnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

Include an abstract and a résumé or C.V.

Microsoft Word or Wordperfect.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

St. John’s LawReview

Prefers submissions by e-mail [email protected] mail to:

Senior Articles EditorSt. John’s Law ReviewSt. John’s University School of LawRoom 3-408000 Utopia ParkwayQueens, NY 11439

Prefers Microsoft Word.

Include a CV.

[email protected] [email protected]

St. Mary’sLaw Journal

Submit by e-mail to the SolicitationsEditor [email protected]

Doubled-spaced with footnotes at the endof the article.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

St. Thomas(University of)Law Journal(Minnesota)

Primarily a symposium-based journal, butoccasionally publishes other articles.

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Reviews submissions from August 1 toMarch 31.

Bluebook citation format.

Include an abstract.

Articles should have 5,000 to 15,000words, not including footnotes.

Microsoft Word or PDF format.

[email protected] [email protected]

St. ThomasLaw Review(Florida)

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Articles Solicitation EditorSt. Thomas Law Review16401 N.W. 37th AvenueMiami Gardens, FL 33054-6459

Double-spaced text and footnotes

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

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Stanford LawReview

Submit through web page athttp://www.stanfordlawreview.org/submissions/print/article

Does not accept submissions by e-mail,regular mail, ExpressO, or any otherelectronic service.

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions again in February 2014.

Do not include your name or otheridentifying information on yourmanuscript itself. For electronicsubmissions, enter your name andidentifying information in the designatedform fields when you upload your article.For paper submissions, include allidentifying information in a detachablecover letter.

Include a brief abstract. Résumés andbiographical information are not required.

Limit of 30,000 words, includingfootnotes. Prefers 25,000 words or fewer.Values brevity and looks favorably onpieces significantly below the 30,000word ceiling.

Use expedite form athttp://www.stanfordlawreview.org/submissions/modify

Use withdrawal form athttp://www.stanfordlawreview.org/submissions/modify

Stetson LawReview

Submit via ExpressO. ALWD citation format.

Microsoft Word.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

SuffolkUniversityLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to Lyndsay Mountour [email protected]

Or mail to:

Lead Articles EditorSuffolk University Law ReviewSuffolk University Law School120 Tremont St.Boston, MA. 02108

Text and endnotes should be triple-spaced, with two-inch margins on allsides. Endnotes should conform to theBluebook.

[email protected] [email protected]

Syracuse LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they are no longer acceptingsubmissions for their 2013 volume, butthey do not indicate when they willbegin accepting submissions in 2014.

Include a CV with all past publicationsand professional and academicaffiliations.

If possible, include a brief description ofthe article’s academic and/or practicalsignificance, timeliness, and any existingreviews of the article.

Double-spaced text and footnotes.

Bluebook citation format..

[email protected] a timeline and the name of thecompeting journal. An editor will be intouch shortly to indicate whetherauthor’s deadline can beaccommodated.

[email protected]

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Temple LawReview

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Hard copy submissions are discouragedbut may be submitted to:

Lead Articles EditorTemple Law ReviewTemple University School of Law1719 North Broad StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19122

Prefers double-spaced with footnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

TennesseeLaw Review

Prefers submissions via ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions, in MicrosoftWord, at:

Tennessee Law Review1505 W. Cumberland AvenueKnoxville, TN 37996-1810

Bluebook citation format.

Include a cover letter with name, schoolor affiliation, title of your manuscript,address, telephone number, and e-mailaddress.

Encourages but do not require theprovision of an abstract and conformitywith the 11th edition of the Texas LawReview Manual on Usage & Style.

ExpressO ExpressO

Texas A&MLaw Review(formerly theTexasWesleyan LawReview)

Can submit via ExpressO. ExpressO ExpressO

Texas LawReview

Submit via ExpressO.

Or mail to:

Texas Law ReviewArticles Editor727 E. Dean KeetonAustin, TX 78705

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in February.

Endorses the view that most articlesshould be within the range of 40-70 lawreview pages (approximately to 20,000 to35,000 words, including footnotes), butemphasizes that it will not impose anabsolute cap on the length of articles.

Use expedited review form athttp://www.texaslrev.com/submissions/expedite

Use withdrawal form athttp://www.texaslrev.com/submissions/withdrawals/

Texas TechLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to Lead Articles Editorat [email protected]

[email protected] [email protected]

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ThomasJefferson LawReview

Submit by online form athttp://www.tjeffersonlrev.org/submissions

Or mail to:

Thomas Jefferson Law ReviewAttn: Chief Articles Editor1155 Island Ave.San Diego, California 92101

Double-spaced. One inch margins. Usefootnotes rather than endnotes. Bluebookcitation format.

Include a CV.

[email protected] [email protected]

Thomas M.Cooley LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Thomas M. Cooley Law Review300 S. Capitol AvenueP.O. Box 13038Lansing, Michigan 48901

Microsoft Word. 12-point font, TimesNew Roman. One-inch margins. Double-spaced. Left justification. One spacebetween sentences.

Bluebook citation format.

Include cover letter and CV.

[email protected] [email protected]

ThurgoodMarshall LawReview (TexasSouthernUniversity)

Submit by e-mail to Lead Articles Editorat [email protected]

Fall issue is about civil rights; a briefabstract should be submitted by July 15and the manuscript by August 25.

Spring issue is about energy, gas, and oil;a brief abstract should be submitted byNovember 19 and the manuscript byJanuary 5.

Microsoft Word 1997 or later.

Double-spaced. Use footnotes rather thanendnotes. 12 point Times New Roman fortext and 10 point for footnotes. One-inchmargins.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

Toledo(University of)Law Review

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Submissions also accepted throughExpressO and Scholastica.

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in March.

Double-spaced.

Bluebook citation format.

[email protected] [email protected]

Touro LawReview

ExpressO is preferred.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected] with subjectline “Submission”

Include CV and a cover sheet with a briefabstract and key words.

Microsoft Word format.

Bluebook citation format.

Double-spaced, with footnotes.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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Tulane LawReview

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts by e-mail [email protected] by on-line form athttp://tulanelawreview.org/submissions/

Or mail to:

Annalisa CravensSenior Articles Editor, Volume 88Tulane Law ReviewTulane Law School6329 Freret St.New Orleans, LA 70118-6231

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in March.

Strongly prefers articles under 35,000words, and gives preference to articlesunder 25,000 words. Include a wordcount in the cover letter.

Include a CV.

Bluebook citation format, plus M.A.Cunningham, Guide to Louisiana andSelected French Legal Materials andCitations, 67 Tul. L. Rev. 1305 (1993).

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Tulsa LawReview

All symposia format. Submissions on anupcoming symposium topic can be sent [email protected] or:

Tulsa Law Review3120 E. Fourth PlaceTulsa OK 74104

Prefers articles between 25 and 40 pages,but will accept articles outside that rangeif you give notice in advance.

ALWD or Bluebook citation format.

U.C. DavisLaw Review

Strongly prefers Scholastica.

Will also accept by e-mail [email protected]

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will resume acceptingsubmissions in spring 2014.

Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format.

Include a table of contents, a CV, and acover letter with contact info.

Bluebook citation format.

Strongly prefers Scholastica, but alsoaccepts requests by e-mail [email protected] the phrase “Expedited ReviewRequest” in the subject line and providename, school or organization, articlename, phone number, e-mail address,requested review deadline (generallyrequires seven business days), andname of the competing journal.

Will contact authors by 2:00 p.m.Pacific Time on the day of the deadline.If you have not heard from us by thattime, please contact office (530-754-7644).

Scholastica [email protected]

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U.C. IrvineLaw Review

All symposia format, and therefore notcurrently reviewing submissions.

UCLA LawReview

Prefers submissions via ExpressO orScholastica (do not submit through both).

If you must submit a hard copy, mail it to:

Articles Dept.UCLA Law ReviewUCLA School of Law405 Hilgard AvenueLos Angeles, CA 90095-1476

Does not accept e-mail submissions.

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin acceptingsubmissions on February 1, 2014, andwill begin taking requests for expeditedreviews on February 8, 2014.

Prefers articles under 25,000 words inlength – the equivalent of 50 law reviewpages – including text and footnotes. Willnot publish articles exceeding 35,000words – the equivalent of 70-75 lawreview pages – except in extraordinarycircumstances.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Hard copies should be bound with apaperclip or binder clip (not stapled or ina folder).

Include a table of contents, a CV, and acover letter.

Generally requires ten days to completean expedited review. Notify theArticles Department by phone at (310)206-8630 or by e-mail [email protected].

Include the author’s name, article title,deadline, contact info, and name of thecompeting journal.

The author should expect to hear fromthe Articles Department no later thanthe day prior to the deadline for theexpedited review. If the author has notheard by the morning of the deadlinedate, please contact the ArticlesDepartment by phone at (310) 206-8630. If the deadline changes, pleasecontact the Articles Department as soonas possible by phone or e-mail.

ExpressO, Scholastica, [email protected]

UMass LawReview

Accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or via ExpressO or SSRN’s eSubmissionservice.

Publishes two issues per year; the Mayissue is a symposium; the January issue isopen to works on any legal topic.

Prefers articles under 25,000 words. Willnot publish articles exceeding 35,000words except in extraordinarycircumstances.

Include table of contents, abstract, andcover letter.

ExpressO, eSubmission, [email protected]

ExpressO, eSubmission, [email protected]

UMKC LawReview

Accepts submissions by ExpressO or bye-mail to [email protected]

Or by mail to:

UMKC Law ReviewAttn: Articles EditorUniversity of Missouri-Kansas CitySchool of Law5100 Rockhill RoadKansas City, Missouri 64110

Double-spaced, with one-inch margins

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Utah LawReview

Submit via ExpressO or website form athttp://epubs.utah.edu/index.php/ulr/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions

Hard copies can be mailed to:

Utah Law Review SocietyAttn: Articles EditorUniversity of Utah S.J. QuinneyCollege of Law332 S. 1400 E., Rm. 101Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730

As of January 20, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in lateJanuary.

Times 11-point or larger sized font.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Microsoft Word.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

ValparaisoUniversityLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail toArticles Editors [email protected]

Or mail to:

Valparaiso University Law ReviewAttention: Articles EditorValparaiso University School of Law656 S. Greenwich St.Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-4945

Double-spaced and 12 point Times NewRoman font, with single-spaced and 10point footnotes. Use footnotes rather thanendnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

Include a CV and cover letter.

No pre-set length restrictions.

[email protected] [email protected]

VanderbiltLaw Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Senior Articles EditorThe Vanderbilt Law ReviewVanderbilt University Law School131 21st Avenue SouthNashville, TN 37203

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays their next selection cycle will openin February 2014.

Include a cover letter and CV.

Bluebook citation format.

Send requests through ExpressO. Ifunable to use ExpressO, send e-mail [email protected].

You must include the name of theoffering journal(s) and the date theoffer expires. Please allow at least fivedays to respond.

ExpressO [email protected]

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Vermont LawReview

Prefers submissions by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Vermont Law ReviewVermont Law SchoolAttn: Articles EditorP.O. Box 96South Royalton, Vermont 05068

Double-spaced text with one-inchmargins and single-spaced footnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

For mailed submissions, double-sidedprinting is preferred, if possible.

While Microsoft Word format ispreferred, also accepts documents inWordPerfect or Adobe PDF formats.

[email protected] include your name, the title ofthe article, the journal with which youhave an offer outstanding, and the dateby which you need to have a response.

[email protected]

Villanova LawReview

Submit by ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Glenn R. McGillivrayEditor in Chief, Villanova Law Review299 North Spring Mill Road, Suite 350Villanova, Pa 19085

Bluebook citation format.

Uses Microsoft Word, not WordPerfect.

Greatly prefers articles of 20,000 wordsor less, including footnotes. Absentextraordinary circumstances, will notpublish articles longer than 30,000 words.

ExpressO [email protected]

Provide manuscript title, name ofpublication that has extended an offer,and date by which you must reply.

ExpressO [email protected]

Virginia LawReview

Accepts exclusively through Scholastica. Strongly prefers articles under 25,000words (including footnotes). Will publishmanuscripts over 30,000 words onlyunder exceptional circumstances.

Include a cover letter with word counts(with footnotes, and without footnotes).

Include a brief abstract (under 250 words)on a separate page.

Résumés and other biographicalinformation are optional.

Best time to submit is late February tomid-April or mid-August to mid-October.

Scholastica. Include author’s contactinformation, date by which answer isrequired, and name of journal that hasoffered publication.

Scholastica

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Wake ForestLaw Review

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail toSenior Articles Editor [email protected]

Or mail to:

Wake Forest Law ReviewWake Forest University School of LawP.O. Box 7206 Reynolds StationWinston-Salem, NC 27109-7206

Strongly prefers articles under 25,000words, including footnotes, and believes15,000 words or less is an effective lengthfor many articles.

Microsoft Word.

Times New Roman font size 12 with one-inch margins.

Include a cover letter describing thearticle and indicating why it should bepublished.

Disclose any economic interests andaffiliations that may influence the viewsexpressed.

[email protected]

[email protected]

WashburnLaw Journal

Submit via ExpressO or by e-mail to theArticles Editor [email protected]

Double-spaced, with footnotes rather thanendnotes. Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word preferred.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

Washington &Lee LawReview

Submit via ExpressO.

Or mail to:

Senior Articles EditorsWashington and Lee Law Review,Room 408Washington and Lee University Schoolof LawLexington, Virginia 24450

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word documents only.

Double-spaced and in 12 point TimesNew Roman Font (including thefootnotes).

Strongly prefers to receive requests byExpressO. You may, however, calloffice at (540) 458-8566. If there is noanswer, leave a voice mail message.

Provide the name of the journaloffering to publish the article, thedeadline, and the author’s e-mailaddress.

ExpressO [email protected]

WashingtonLaw Review

Strongly prefers ExpressO.

Also accepts submissions by mail at:

Washington Law ReviewATTN: Articles DepartmentUniversity of WashingtonWilliam H. Gates HallBox 353020Seattle, WA 98195

Strongly prefers articles containing fewerthan 40,000 words, including footnotes.

Conforms to the Bluebook, follows thegrammar conventions of The Redbook: AManual on Legal Style and The ChicagoManual of Style, and follows the spellingconventions of Webster’s Third NewInternational Dictionary and Black’s LawDictionary.

Contact the Chief Articles Editor,Thomas Hudson, [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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WashingtonUniversityLaw Review

Strongly prefers submissionsbyExpressO.

Also accepts by e-mail [email protected]

As of January #, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start on Feb. 1,2014.

Include a cover letter that indicates themanuscript’s title, its nature, and providescontact information.

Bluebook citation format.

No word count requirements orrestrictions, but most articles it publishesfall between 15,000 and 35,000 words.

Strongly prefers ExpressO, althoughauthors alternatively may submitrequests to [email protected] don’t send same request byExpressO and e-mail.

Provide name and contact information,submission title, publications that haveextended an offer, and dates thoseoffers expire.

ExpressO [email protected]

Wayne LawReview

Submit by e-mail to Executive ArticlesEditor at [email protected]

Or submit by mail to:

Executive Articles EditorThe Wayne Law ReviewWayne State University Law School471 W. Palmer St.Detroit MI 48202

WordPerfect or Microsoft Word format.

Bluebook citation format.

No length restriction, but preferssubmissions under 25,000 wordsexcluding footnotes.

Include a CV and a brief cover letter.

[email protected] [email protected]

West VirginiaLaw Review

Submit by ExpressO or e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

West Virginia Law ReviewAttn: Executive Articles EditorP.O. Box 6130Morgantown, WV 26506-6130

As of January #, 2014, ExpressO saysthey are not currently acceptingsubmissions and will start in early2014.

Include a cover letter or abstract.

Microsoft Word (preferably) orWordPerfect.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Western NewEngland LawReview

Submit by ExpressO or by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Western New England Law ReviewAttn: Articles EditorWestern New England College1215 Wilbraham RoadSpringfield, MA 01119

Prefers double spaced with consecutivelynumbered footnotes.

Style and grammar should correspond tothe Chicago Manual of Style. Bluebookcitation format.

A résumé or CV is preferred.

ExpressO [email protected]

ExpressO [email protected]

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Western StateUniversityLaw Review

Accepts submissions by ExpressO or bye-mail to Outside Articles Editor [email protected] mail to:

Western State University College of LawLaw Review AssociationATTN: Outside Articles Editor1111 North State College Blvd.Fullerton, California 92831

Bluebook citation format.

Footnotes are required.

Articles should be under 25,000 words inlength (text and footnotes). Does notpublish articles over 30,000 words exceptin extraordinary circumstances.

Include a CV, cover letter, and briefabstract (no more than 500 words).

Interested in articles relating to Californiaas well as those about issues affecting theentire United States.

[email protected] [email protected]

Whittier LawReview

[email protected]

Or mail to:

Whittier Law ReviewWhittier Law School3333 Harbor BoulevardCosta Mesa, CA 92626

ALWD citation format is preferred, butBluebook format is also accepted.

Microsoft Word or Word Perfect.

Include a cover letter and résumé or CV.

No minimum or maximum page limitsbut most articles range from 40-65pages (double-spaced, 1½ inch margins,13 point font).

[email protected] [email protected]

Widener LawJournal(Harrisburg,Pennsylvania)

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Or mail to:

Business/External Managing EditorWidener Law JournalWidener University School of LawPost Office Box 69382Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17106-9382

[email protected] [email protected]

Widener LawReview(Wilmington,Delaware)

Send submissions by e-mail, with“Article” and the manuscript’s title in thesubject line, to [email protected]

Also accepts submissions via ExpressO.

Include a cover letter and résumé.

Use footnotes rather than endnotes.

Bluebook citation format.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

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WillametteLaw Review

Submit by e-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Articles Editors, Willamette Law ReviewWillamette University College of Law245 Winter Street SESalem, OR 97301

Double-spaced.

Bluebook citation format.

Microsoft Word 2000/XP is preferred butnot required.

Prefers articles under 25,000 words andwill rarely accept longer ones.

[email protected] [email protected]

William &Mary LawReview

Electronic submissions must be sentthrough ExpressO. No e-mailsubmissions.

Or mail to:

Senior Articles EditorWilliam and Mary Law ReviewWilliam and Mary School of LawP.O. Box 8795Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795

Or Federal Express/UPS to:

Senior Articles EditorWilliam and Mary Law ReviewWilliam and Mary School of Law613 South Henry StreetWilliamsburg, Virginia 23185Phone: (757) 221-3860

Include a cover letter or an abstract of thearticle, a word count, and any otherinformation the author believes useful forconsideration.

As of January #, 2014, their websiteand ExpressO say they are notcurrently accepting submissions andwill start in early February.

Send requests [email protected] name, article title, anddeadline.

[email protected]

WilliamMitchell LawReview

Submit by e-mail [email protected]

Also accepts manuscripts throughExpressO and Lex Opus.

While preferring electronic submissions,accepts submissions in hard copy at:

William Mitchell Law ReviewWilliam Mitchell College of Law875 Summit AvenueSuite 159Saint Paul, MN 55105

Double spaced, with footnotes inBluebook format. In matters notaddressed by the Bluebook, submissionsshould conform to the Chicago Manual ofStyle.

[email protected]

[email protected] put “Withdraw” as thesubject of your e-mail, andinclude in the text the authorname and title of yourmanuscript.

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WisconsinLaw Review

Accepts submissions only by ExpressO. Uses the Bluebook and the ChicagoManual of Style.

Gives preference to articles of 30,000words or less, including text andfootnotes.

Send requests via ExpressO. Generallyrequires 7 days' notice to conduct anexpedited review, but may need slightlylonger depending upon the number ofrequests.

ExpressO.

Wyoming LawReview

Accepts submissions by ExpressO or bye-mail to [email protected]

Or mail to:

Wyoming Law ReviewArticles EditorsUniversity of Wyoming, College of LawDept. 3035, 1000 E. University AvenueLaramie, WY 82071

Length of articles is left to the author'sdiscretion, but precision and crisp,concise writing are musts.

ExpressO or [email protected] ExpressO [email protected]

Yale LawJournal

Submissions must be made through theon-line submission system at

http://ylj.yalelawjournal.org/authors/index.html

As of January 20, 2014, their websitesays they will begin readingsubmissions again in spring 2014.

Detailed style sheet available athttp://www.yalelawjournal.org/images/pdfs/121_style.pdfDetailed submission guidelines are athttp://ylj.yalelawjournal.org/authors/secure/specialfile/submissionguidelines/YLJ_Submission_Guidelines.pdfRemove your name, acknowledgments,institutional affiliation, and any otheridentifying information from themanuscript and the file name, but ensurethat the title appears on the first page.

Strongly encourages submissions of lessthan 25,000 words.

Submissions should include a shortabstract that summarizes the mainarguments and contribution of the article.

Click on Manage Submissions toindicate how long the submission ismade exclusively to us, or to requestexpedited consideration due to an offerof publication from another journal.

If you are confronted with an imminentdeadline, please also send e-mail [email protected]

Click on Manage Submissionsto withdraw.

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US Newsoverallranking

(Mar. 2013)

US Newsacademic

peer rating(Mar. 2013)

US Newsjudge &lawyerrating

(Mar. 2013)

Wash. &Lee citation

count(Mar. 2013)

Wash. &Lee impact

factor rating(Mar. 2013)

Wash. &Lee

combinedrating

(Mar. 2013)

Yale Law Journal 1 4.8 4.7 5847 2.98 91.6

Harvard Law Review 2 4.8 4.8 7702 2.11 100.0

Stanford Law Review 2 4.8 4.7 5175 3.16 86.9

Chicago (University of) Law Review 4 4.6 4.7 2954 1.35 44.5

Columbia Law Review 4 4.6 4.6 5703 3.39 94.8

NYU Law Review 6 4.4 4.6 3551 2.15 59.4

Virginia Law Review 7 4.4 4.6 3979 2.38 66.3

Pennsylvania (University of) Law Review 7 4.3 4.6 3728 2.64 66.8

Michigan Law Review 9 4.4 4.7 4813 2.10 71.3

California Law Review 9 4.4 4.4 3893 2.32 64.8

Duke Law Journal 11 4.2 4.5 2913 2.04 52.0

Northwestern University Law Review 12 4.1 4.4 3490 1.95 56.6

Cornell Law Review 13 4.2 4.5 3128 2.46 58.9

Georgetown Law Journal 14 4.1 4.5 4554 2.48 73.1

Texas Law Review 15 4.1 4.3 4177 2.24 66.7

Vanderbilt Law Review 15 3.8 4.2 3011 2.06 53.1

UCLA Law Review 17 3.9 4.1 3804 2.96 71.2

Southern California Law Review 18 3.6 4.1 1889 1.85 39.6

Washington University Law Review 19 3.6 4.0 2199 1.68 40.8

Minnesota Law Review 19 3.5 4.0 3306 1.93 54.5

George Washington Law Review 21 3.4 3.9 2301 1.54 40.2

Alabama Law Review 21 3.0 3.7 1478 0.99 25.9

Emory Law Journal 23 3.5 3.9 2297 1.54 40.2

Notre Dame Law Review 23 3.4 4.0 3541 2.21 60.0

Indiana Law Journal (Bloomington) 25 3.3 4.0 2412 1.25 38.0

Washington & Lee Law Review 26 3.3 4.0 1826 1.05 30.0

Iowa Law Review 26 3.3 3.7 3253 2.06 55.5

Washington Law Review 28 3.1 3.9 1538 1.78 35.4

Boston University Law Review 29 3.4 3.8 2846 1.74 47.9

Arizona State Law Journal 29 3.0 3.5 1065 0.85 20.2

North Carolina Law Review 31 3.5 4.0 2593 1.50 42.7

Boston College Law Review 31 3.3 3.7 2132 2.07 44.5

Wisconsin Law Review 33 3.4 3.7 2411 1.81 44.4

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US Newsjudge &lawyerrating

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count(Mar. 2013)

Wash. &Lee impact

factor rating(Mar. 2013)

Wash. &Lee

combinedrating

(Mar. 2013)

William & Mary Law Review 33 3.2 4.0 3151 2.01 54.0

Georgia Law Review 33 3.1 3.6 1171 1.07 23.7

Ohio State Law Review 36 3.2 3.5 1598 1.25 30.0

Wake Forest Law Review 36 3.1 3.8 1711 1.41 32.9

UC Davis Law Review 38 3.4 3.7 2408 1.63 42.3

Fordham Law Review 38 3.2 3.6 4880 1.51 65.4

Arizona Law Review 38 3.0 3.6 1803 1.11 30.4

Maryland Law Review 41 3.0 3.1 1235 0.70 20.2

Utah Law Review 41 2.9 3.4 1262 0.78 21.3

George Mason Law Review 41 2.7 3.4 1077 1.12 23.3

Colorado (University of) Law Review 44 3.1 3.3 1527 1.37 30.7

BYU Law Review 44 2.9 3.5 1317 0.78 21.9

Florida Law Review 46 3.1 3.9 1819 1.49 34.8

Illinois (University of) Law Review 47 3.1 3.7 2400 1.70 43.0

Hastings Law Journal 48 3.2 3.8 2075 1.53 37.9

Tulane Law Review 48 3.0 3.6 1618 0.80 25.1

Florida State University Law Review 48 2.9 2.7 1393 0.99 24.9

Houston Law Review 48 2.6 3.0 1595 1.08 28.0

SMU Law Review 48 2.5 3.3 1162 0.52 17.4

Richmond (University of) Law Review 53 2.3 3.2 1159 0.86 21.2

Georgia State University Law Review 54 2.5 2.9 584 0.36 9.9

Baylor Law Review 54 2.3 3.5 547 0.65 12.8

American University Law Review 56 3.0 3.3 1834 1.40 34.0

Temple Law Review 56 2.7 3.0 896 0.80 17.9

Cardozo Law Review 58 2.8 3.3 3399 1.09 45.9

Connecticut Law Review 58 2.8 2.9 2032 1.09 32.4

Kentucky Law Journal 58 2.5 3.3 653 0.77 15.2

Pepperdine Law Review 61 2.6 3.2 1149 0.88 21.3

Tennessee Law Review 61 2.6 3.1 820 0.92 18.5

Nebraska Law Review 61 2.4 3.1 904 0.82 18.2

Denver University Law Review 64 2.7 2.9 1029 0.79 19.1

New Mexico Law Review 64 2.5 2.8 374 0.42 8.5

Seton Hall Law Review 64 2.4 3.0 962 0.74 17.9

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Penn State Law Review 64 2.3 3.2 1043 0.77 19.0

Case Western Reserve Law Review 68 2.7 3.3 914 0.58 15.6

San Diego Law Review 68 2.7 3.0 1149 0.78 20.2

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 68 2.7 2.9 1153 0.60 18.2

Chicago-Kent Law Review 68 2.5 3.0 1115 0.58 17.6

Oklahoma Law Review 68 2.4 3.0 443 0.51 10.1

Nevada Law Journal 68 2.4 2.6 1009 0.69 17.8

Arkansas Law Review 68 2.3 3.1 503 0.24 7.7

Louisville (University of) Law Review 68 2.2 3.0 514 0.42 9.8

Miami (University of) Law Review 76 2.8 3.2 852 0.80 17.5

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 76 2.5 3.2 714 0.45 12.1

Missouri Law Review 76 2.5 2.9 1120 0.63 18.2

Louisiana Law Review 76 2.3 3.3 820 0.58 14.7

Brooklyn Law Review 80 2.6 3.1 1620 1.44 32.3

Lewis & Clark Law Review 80 2.5 3.2 1457 0.93 24.9

Cincinnati (University of) Law Review 80 2.5 2.7 1693 0.98 27.9

Hawai’i (University of) Law Review 80 2.5 2.5 237 0.28 5.5

Catholic University Law Review 80 2.4 3.0 948 0.73 17.6

Michigan State Law Review 80 2.3 3.0 1678 1.37 32.2

Kansas (University of) Law Review 86 2.6 3.2 942 0.75 17.8

Rutgers Law Review (Newark) 86 2.5 3.0 817 0.67 15.6

Northeastern University Law Journal 86 2.4 2.9 10 0.13 1.9

Buffalo Law Review 86 2.4 2.9 1167 0.96 22.4

Tulsa Law Review 86 2.0 2.8 611 0.48 11.5

Pittsburgh (University of) Law Review 91 2.7 2.9 682 0.76 15.4

Rutgers Law Journal (Camden) 91 2.4 2.9 737 0.55 13.5

West Virginia Law Review 91 2.1 2.8 650 0.59 13.2

Oregon Law Review 94 2.8 3.2 777 0.64 14.9

Marquette Law Review 94 2.4 3.0 803 0.61 14.8

Santa Clara Law Review 96 2.6 3.0 845 0.77 17.1

Syracuse Law Review 96 2.3 3.0 631 0.41 10.8

Indiana Law Review (Indianapolis) 98 2.5 2.9 842 0.48 13.8

Villanova Law Review 98 2.3 3.2 921 0.59 15.9

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South Carolina Law Review 98 2.3 3.0 923 0.73 17.4

St. John’s Law Review 98 2.2 2.8 890 0.66 16.3

Seattle University Law Review 102 2.4 3.0 932 0.67 16.8

Mississippi Law Journal 102 2.2 2.8 659 0.49 12.1

Saint Louis University Law Journal 102 2.0 3.1 990 0.47 15.2

Mercer Law Review 105 2.1 2.8 655 0.30 9.9

Wayne Law Review 105 1.9 2.9 494 0.26 7.8

Texas Tech Law Review 105 1.9 2.6 552 0.39 9.9

Florida International U Law Review 105 1.6 1.9 84 0.12 2.2

DePaul Law Review 109 2.3 3.0 1517 0.98 26.1

UMKC Law Review 109 2.2 2.8 834 0.53 14.2

Stetson Law Review 109 2.1 2.5 368 0.17 5.6

Drake Law Review 109 1.9 2.9 783 0.57 14.2

Hofstra Law Review 113 2.3 3.1 1515 0.90 25.2

Gonzaga Law Review 113 2.2 2.8 373 0.61 10.6

Arkansas at Little Rock (U of ) Law Review 113 2.2 2.7 302 0.15 4.7

Wyoming Law Review 113 2.1 2.6 314 0.37 7.3

Montana Law Review 113 2.0 2.4 268 0.35 6.6

Cumberland Law Review 113 1.7 2.9 319 0.29 6.4

Vermont Law Review 119 2.3 2.9 717 0.58 13.6

Creighton Law Review 119 2.0 2.9 654 0.64 13.8

New Hampshire (Univ. of) Law Review 119 1.9 2.6 257 0.41 7.2

Akron Law Review 119 1.9 2.4 1156 1.08 23.7

Cleveland State Law Review 119 1.9 2.4 697 0.71 14.9

McGeorge Law Review 124 2.0 2.6 632 0.30 9.7

St. Thomas (U of) Law Journal (Minnesota) 124 1.9 2.4 396 0.43 8.7

Howard Law Journal 126 2.2 2.8 661 0.66 14.0

Loyola Law Review (New Orleans) 126 2.1 3.0 359 0.35 7.6

Drexel Law Review 126 2.0 2.5 129 0.44 9.3

Hamline Law Review 126 1.9 2.2 347 0.43 8.3

Chapman Law Review 126 1.8 2.0 401 0.49 9.6

Campbell Law Review 126 1.4 2.5 267 0.44 7.6

City University of New York Law Review 132 2.1 2.5 189 0.17 3.8

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Albany Law Review 132 2.0 2.6 1175 0.65 19.0

Maine Law Review 134 2.2 2.7 516 0.61 12.0

Idaho Law Review 134 2.1 2.6 359 0.36 7.6

Baltimore (University of) Law Review 134 2.0 2.2 299 0.51 8.7

Quinnipiac Law Review 134 2.0 2.1 425 0.43 9.1

Pace Law Review 134 1.9 2.4 674 0.70 14.6

William Mitchell Law Review 134 1.8 2.3 835 0.38 12.6

Washburn Law Journal 140 1.9 2.6 730 0.68 14.9

North Dakota Law Review 140 1.9 2.5 403 0.23 6.6

Southern Illinois University Law Journal 140 1.8 2.9 431 0.33 8.0

St. Mary’s Law Journal 140 1.6 2.5 417 0.53 10.1

San Francisco (University of) Law Review 144 2.1 2.4 756 0.67 15.0

Suffolk University Law Review 144 2.0 3.0 838 0.46 13.5

Duquesne Law Review 144 1.8 2.7 320 0.22 5.7

Memphis (University of) Law Review 144 1.8 2.3 473 0.47 10.0

South Texas Law Review 144 1.6 2.3 483 0.31 8.3

Willamette Law Review --- 2.0 2.8 516 0.51 10.8

Southwestern University Law Review --- 2.0 2.0 552 0.63 12.6

Toledo (University of) Law Review --- 1.9 2.3 776 0.46 12.9

New York Law School Law Review --- 1.9 2.2 893 0.55 15.0

Valparaiso University Law Review --- 1.8 2.7 778 0.57 14.1

Widener Law Journal (Delaware) --- 1.8 2.4 342 0.24 6.1

South Dakota Law Review --- 1.8 2.4 331 0.32 6.9

Widener Law Review (Pennsylvania) --- 1.8 2.4 309 0.50 8.7

Dayton Law Review --- 1.8 2.3 262 0.42 7.3

John Marshall Law Review (Chicago) --- 1.7 2.5 581 0.41 10.4

Northern Illinois University Law Review --- 1.7 2.5 271 0.40 7.2

Elon Law Review --- 1.7 2.5 9 0.07 1.0

Roger Williams University Law Review --- 1.7 2.0 360 0.23 6.2

Golden Gate University Law Review --- 1.7 1.8 295 0.37 7.1

Texas A&M Law Review --- 1.7 1.8 272 0.27 5.7

Ohio Northern University Law Review --- 1.6 2.4 516 0.29 8.4

Nova Law Review --- 1.6 2.3 253 0.25 5.4

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New England Law Review --- 1.6 2.2 602 0.47 11.3

Northern Kentucky Law Review --- 1.6 2.2 370 0.43 8.5

Oklahoma City University Law Review --- 1.6 2.2 251 0.25 5.4

Capital University Law Review --- 1.6 2.1 422 0.43 9.1

California Western Law Review --- 1.6 2.0 344 0.75 11.9

Touro Law Review --- 1.6 1.9 373 0.24 6.4

Mississippi College Law Review --- 1.6 1.9 255 0.46 7.7

North Carolina Central Law Review --- 1.5 2.1 131 0.35 5.2

Thurgood Marshall Law Review (TexasSouthern University)

--- 1.5 2.0 160 0.27 4.7

Western New England Law Review --- 1.5 1.7 345 0.44 8.4

Charleston Law Review --- 1.4 2.3 216 0.48 8.3

Thomas Jefferson Law Review --- 1.4 2.0 204 0.32 5.6

Southern University Law Review --- 1.4 1.9 116 0.18 3.1

St. Thomas Law Review (Florida) --- 1.4 1.8 394 0.47 9.2

District of Columbia (U of) Law Review --- 1.4 1.8 59 0.22 3.0

Detroit Mercy (University of) Law Review --- 1.4 1.7 325 0.22 5.7

Faulkner Law Review --- 1.3 2.1 20 0.05 0.8

Florida A & M University Law Review --- 1.3 2.0 22 0.06 0.9

Whittier Law Review --- 1.3 1.6 357 0.37 7.7

Florida Coastal Law Review --- 1.3 1.6 216 0.30 5.6

Regent University Law Review --- 1.2 1.9 281 0.39 7.2

Charlotte Law Review --- 1.2 1.9 12 0.07 1.0

Thomas M. Cooley Law Review --- 1.2 1.8 117 0.13 2.7

Liberty University Law Review --- 1.2 1.8 44 0.07 1.4

Western State University Law Review --- 1.2 1.5 98 0.19 3.1

Barry Law Review --- 1.2 1.4 182 0.42 6.5

Ave Maria Law Review --- 1.1 1.6 367 0.42 8.4

Arizona Summit Law Review --- 1.1 1.6 53 0.10 2.3

Appalachian Journal of Law --- --- --- 152 0.36 5.6

La Verne (University of) Law Review --- ---- --- 152 0.12 2.9

John Marshall Law Journal (Atlanta) --- --- --- 41 0.44 5.9

UC Irvine Law Review --- --- --- 21 -- --

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Lincoln Law Review --- --- --- 12 0.05 0.7

Glendale Law Review --- --- --- 2 -- --

John F. Kennedy University Law Review --- --- --- 1 -- --

UMass Law Review --- --- --- -- -- --

Lincoln Memorial University Law Review --- --- --- -- -- --