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Law Review Article Submissions Resources (Fall 2007)

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4 Responses

  1. Frank says:

    A bit of a bleg here: would law review editors let us know when they start reviewing submissions? I’ve had a few write to me and say they won’t begin reviewing until Aug. 28.

  2. Dave Hoffman says:

    My sense is that all but one or two of the top twenty journals are currently reviewing submissions. (NW Law Review, for e.g., is starting 9-1.)

  3. Rick Hasen says:

    This is a very useful post, thanks. Some of the information in the chart is already out of date because law reviews frequently change their policies. For example, Michigan Law Review now strongly prefers electronic submissions via its own system. And the California Law Review is soon to launch its own electronic submission system, requiring online submission.

  4. Hanah Volokh says:

    The Georgetown Law Journal is reading articles now, but is not accepting any articles before our first full committee meeting on August 28.

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