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Stanford Law Review's Senior Articles Editor Karen Ding shares how moving the journal's submissions to Scholastica will improve its editorial workflows and article selection process.

2018 marks a historic spring submission season for Scholastica. This post illustrates the migration of law reviews to using only Scholastica for submissions.

We're pleased to announce the Law Editor Learning Center — a one-stop shop for law editors who want to hone their knowledge of how to use Scholastica and, in turn, improve their experience putting their volume together!

There are many misconceptions about what constitutes material that can be trademarked. According to Alexandra Roberts, professor at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, trademarking hashtags is rarely a valid option.

Minnesota Journal of International Law Editor-in-Chief Cayla Ebert and Lead Articles Editor Andrew Miles, explain why they think it's important for law reviews to start working on board transitions as early as possible.

Is your e-board considering launching an online supplement to expand your law review's web presence? In this blog post we overview the pros and cons of online supplements and some alternative options.

Donna Shestowsky, professor at UC Davis School of Law, shares the details of her recent study on litigant awareness of alternative dispute resolution programs.

Dennis Huber, law professor at Capella University, discusses why he believes SCOTUS should abandon the use of the term corporate personhood and replace it with corporatehood instead.

Ana Santos Rutschman, professor at DePaul University College of Law, discusses why intellectual property has a big role to play in the future of outbreak disease management.

In this post we round up some of the features law review editors benefit from the most, so those not yet familiar can start using them!