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Cardozo Law Review Moves to Scholastica

January 30, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here is a message from the Cardozo Law Review announcing their transition to Scholastica for submissions:

Dear Friends of the Cardozo Law Review,

We are excited to announce that on February 1, 2013, the Cardozo Law Review will be transitioning to a new online platform, Scholastica, to manage our journal’s submissions process. While we will continue to accept submissions sent directly to our email account,cardozo.submissions@gmail.com, please note that we will no longer accept submissions through ExpressO. Submissions via Scholastica are preferable to direct submissions.

We are confident that the switch to Scholastica will streamline the review process for our editors, thereby allowing us to review our submissions faster and communicate more effectively with our authors. In addition, the system will be a more user-friendly experience for our authors.

Information on how to submit a manuscript, how your institution can create an account on Scholastica, and how to apply for need-based waivers can be found on the Scholastica website at www.scholasticahq.com/law_reviews.

The Cardozo Law Review will open submissions on February 1, 2013 for Volume 35 (2013-2014). We will begin to make publication decisions in mid-March. We look forward to receiving your submissions at https://www.scholasticahq.com/cardozo-law-review/for_authors.

Sincerely,

Sheri Adler
Editor-in-Chief

Benjamin Zegarelli
Executive Editor

Iliza Bershad
Managing Editor

Ben Pedersen, Scott Novakowski
Submissions Editors

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