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Iowa Law Review Now Accepting Submissions Through Scholastica

January 14, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here is a recent email I received from the Iowa Law Review:

Dear Law Professor,

You are receiving this email because of your position as an associate or vice dean – most likely for faculty, research, or academic affairs. Effective Feb. 1, the Iowa Law Review will use Scholastica to collect law review articles for consideration. We hope you’ll help us spread the word by forwarding this message to the faculty at your institution.

By making this change, we hope to use the flexible, user-friendly Scholastica interface to decrease our response time to manuscript submissions and to improve the quality of our transactions with former and future Iowa Law Review authors.  We join the many other law reviews now using Scholastica, including theBoston College Law Review, the California Law Review, and the UCLA Law Review.

You can submit manuscripts via Scholastica by visiting the following webpage: https://scholasticahq.com/journals.

If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the Iowa Law Review‘s website at http://www.uiowa.edu/~ilr/contact.shtml, or email our Senior Articles Editor at ilr-art@uiowa.edu.

We apologize if this email has reached you in error.

Regards,
Samantha Rollins
Senior Articles Editor
Iowa Law Review, Vol. 98

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