Should you close submissions at your law review while you are not actively reviewing or should you keep them open? In this blog post we consider the pros and cons of both options and the importance of always making clear to authors whether or not your law review is open.
Two attending editors share what they learned at the 2017 National Conference of Law Reviews.
The U.S. News & World Report top law schools list is based on factors its creators have deemed students should look for in a law school. But do the list results reflect students' actual enrollment choices?
Want expert advice on studying for the bar exam? Check out this transcript from Scholastica's bar prep AMA with Ashley Heidemann, founder of JD Advising.
Learn how and why Denver Law Review encourages scholarship by non-tenured legal scholars.
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As a law professor Angela Kupenda isn't just teaching her students about legal scholarship, she is helping them become legal scholars. In this interview she shares the details.
Scholastica is hosting a bar prep Ask Me Anything (AMA) event with Ashley Heidemann, founder of JD Advising. Attendees will have a chance to win free study tools. Learn more!
Dylan Rettig, Editor-in-Chief of Florida Coastal Law Review, shares how his team has been preparing to host the annual National Conference of Law Reviews.
Despite the ever-expanding nexuses between science, technology, and the law, Paul Enríquez notes that there are large gaps present between the law and outside disciplines.