How to Submit to the Journal
2) You may submit your article via Scholastica.
3) You may email your piece to the Editor-in-Chief directly. For Volume 25, being published in March 2021, the Editor-in-Chief is Elizabeth Inglehart, [email protected].
Members of the Editorial Board review the articles submitted to the Journal. The process is a blind review; the Editorial Board is unaware of who wrote the submission. After a report and discussion in which all editors take part, the Board votes on the submission. Articles that receive an affirmative vote from a majority of members are accepted for publication. We look forward to reviewing your submission.
When making citation and style decisions for your submission, please consult the most recent edition and printing of the ALWD Citation Manual (Aspen Publishers), and the most recent edition of The Redbook (West).
Authors are typically notified about the Board’s decision within six weeks of submission. When an article is selected for publication, members of the Editorial Board will work with the author throughout the publication process; in addition, a team of Assistant Editors will work on the technical aspects of the piece.
Authors should be prepared to supply the editors with copies of all difficult-to-find sources, which we define as materials that cannot be located easily on WestlawNext, LEXIS Advance, Bloomberg Law, the Internet, or in a law library. Examples of materials that authors would need to supply include, but are not limited to, non-legal sources, email messages and other unpublished material, out-of-print material, conference and CLE material, foreign sources, survey results, and interview transcripts or summaries.