Here is a message from the UC Davis Law Review announcing their move to Scholastica: Dear UC Davis Law Review authors and friends, The UC Davis Law Review is excited to announce that we will be transitioning to a new article submission service. When we resume reviewing manuscripts on February 19, we will accept submissions through Scholastica … Continue reading UC Davis Law Review Moves to Scholastica
Washington and Lee law professor Robin Fretwell Wilson has authored two recent commentaries dealing with religious liberty issues.
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 … Continue reading Cardozo Law Review Moves to Scholastica
Here is a note from the Boston College Law Review advising of their switch to Scholastica. Dear Friends of the Boston College Law Review, Happy new year! We write to remind you that on February 1, 2013, the Boston College Law Review(BCLR) will transition to Scholastica as our online platform for manuscript submissions. As of that date, … Continue reading Boston College Law Review Moves to Scholastica
Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson was recently elected Chair of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Agency, Partnerships, and LLCs.
Washington and Lee Law Professor Mark Drumbl, directory of the Transnational Law Institute, will speak at Emory Law School on Monday, Feb. 28 in a new lecture series focused on war and peace.
Washington and Lee School of Law Professor Benjamin Spencer, Associate Dean for Research and Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, has received two honors recognizing his professional accomplishments and standing within the legal academy.