St. Thomas Law Review Seeks Submissons for Criminal Law Issue
Here is a letter from the St. Thomas Law Review seeking submissions:
I hope this finds you well. My name is Christian Garcia and I am the Articles Solicitation Editor for the St. Thomas Law Review, the primary scholarly journal at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida. The St. Thomas Law Review is partnering once again with the Criminal Law Section of the Florida Bar to publish one issue in our 25th anniversary volume focused solely on the area of criminal law.
The Criminal Law Issue will showcase articles on relevant and developing legal issues in criminal law and criminal procedure. We plan to publish this issue at the end of the spring semester of 2013, and we are currently seeking another article to complete this issue. Specifically, we are looking for scholarly articles and essays addressing new and novel criminal law issues written by scholars, practitioners, and professors, such as yourself.
The St. Thomas Law Review would like to invite you to submit an article or essay you have written in the field of criminal law or criminal procedure for our consideration. Because our journal is committed to getting this issue to print before the end of the current school year, I would ask that you please submit your scholarship by Wednesday, February 20, 2013. Once you submit your piece to us, our Executive Board will review your article and consider it for publication in our Criminal Law Issue.
Finally, if you know of any scholars, professors, or practitioners that would like to have their work considered for publication in the St. Thomas Law Review’s Criminal Law Issue, I would ask that you please forward this message to them and ask that they contact us at their earliest convenience.
If you would like more information regarding this opportunity, please direct your response to my email at email@example.com. Thank you for your time and consideration.