Law Review Submissions
We accept submissions in two ways. You may submit your article to us through ExpressO. You may also email your submission to email@example.com. If you choose to email your submission (and do not submit through ExpressO), please include “Direct Submission” in the subject line of your initial submission as well as any subsequent correspondence regarding your submission (including expedite requests) so that we might track the status of your article more efficiently. A hard copy of your article is no longer required.
Generally, we publish articles that are national in scope. Other selection criteria include timeliness of the topic and strength of the writing.
The Law Review also accepts submissions for its new online companion, Arguendo. Arguendo will publish original articles and essays directly to the web, giving contributing authors an opportunity to contribute to scholarly discourse much sooner than with traditional (print) legal scholarship. In general, such pieces should be lightly footnoted and no longer than 10,000 words, though exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To read more about Arguendo, please click here.
If you are interested in publishing on Arguendo, please e-mail the Online Articles Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your essay and curriculum vitae attached. Please also e-mail that address with any questions about Arguendo or our publication process.
Status and Expedited Reviews
Typically, we do not respond to inquiries about the status of articles in our selection process. If, however, you require an expedited review, please e-mail email@example.com. In the subject line, please put: Expedite Request.
Provide us with your name, the title of the article, the names of the journals that have made you an offer, a phone number, and the date by which you need a response. We will contact you if we decide to make an offer on your article for publication.
We look forward to reading your submissions.