California Law Review opens its spring submission cycle

From the California Law Review: Dear author, The California Law Review is pleased to announce that our Spring submission cycle is now officially open. We strongly prefer to receive electronic article submissions through Scholastica (http://scholasticahq.com), though we continue to accept submissions via post. Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions at clrarticles@gmail.com. We … Continue reading California Law Review opens its spring submission cycle

Vanderbilt Law Review Closed for Submissions

From the Vanderbilt Law Review: The Vanderbilt Law Review is not currently accepting submissions. We anticipate beginning our next selection cycle in August 2013. Please check this page for an announcement. If you have any questions about submission in the meantime, please contact the Senior Articles Editor, Elissa Philip, at anne.e.philip@vanderbilt.edu. Thank you for your continued interest in Vanderbilt Law … Continue reading Vanderbilt Law Review Closed for Submissions

Call for Papers: New Ground Research Journal of Legal Studies Research and Essays

The New Ground Research Journal of Legal Studies Research and Essays (NGRJLSRE) is a peer-reviewed, international multi-disciplinary, open access journal that is dedicated  to provide an active forum to the global academic community for  rapid publication and disseminating high quality  (on monthly basis) of original research articles as well as review articles in all its coverage areas … Continue reading Call for Papers: New Ground Research Journal of Legal Studies Research and Essays

Pepperdine Moves to Scholastica

Dear Authors and Friends of the Pepperdine Law Review, The Volume 41 Editorial Board is excited to announce that, beginning with the present editorial cycle, we will be transitioning to Scholastica to manage our article submissions process. Though we will continue to accept direct submissions transmitted via email to lawrevsubmis@law.pepperdine.edu, we will strongly prefer submissions via Scholastica.  … Continue reading Pepperdine Moves to Scholastica

NYU Law Review Seeks Submissions; Moves Exclusively to Scholastica

Dear Authors, The New York University Law Review is excited to begin accepting submissions through Scholastica on Wednesday, February 13, 2013. Please note that we will only accept submissions through Scholastica. We no longer accept submissions through ExpressO, and we do not accept submissions by email. Institutions can create accounts to pay for their authors’ submissions to … Continue reading NYU Law Review Seeks Submissions; Moves Exclusively to Scholastica

Spring 2013 Law Review Submission Chart Now Available

Nancy Levit and Allen Rostron have updated their charts about law journal submissions, expedites and rankings from different sources for the Spring 2013 submission season for the 202 flagship journals of each law school. The highlights of this update are as follows: First, there has been movement toward Scholastica and the charts track which law … Continue reading Spring 2013 Law Review Submission Chart Now Available

UC Davis Law Review Moves to Scholastica

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