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!
In this post we're highlighting some of the features law review authors love the most, so if you aren't yet familiar with them you can start reaping the benefits!
The third in a series of data-driven law review posts for fall 2017 - this post focuses on when decisions are made by law reviews.
A guide listing, by Washington & Lee Law Library rank, which platform top law reviews use for accepting submissions from authors.
The second in a series of data-driven law review posts for fall 2017, this post provides insight into expedited decision requests.
In his article, Being Latino in the 21st Century: Reexamining Politicized Identity and the Problem of Representation, Marvin Astrada, Professor of Politics and History at NYU, explores the effects of politicization of the Latino identity during and beyond the 2016 presidential election.
The first in a series of data-driven law review posts for fall 2017, this post provides insight into when law reviews receive submissions.
Across the country business law curricula focus on teaching students core legal concepts and lawyering practices. But are courses adequately preparing students to operate within a business setting?
In the wake of Elsevier's takeover of the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), LawArXiv has emerged as an alternative community-led repository for scholars to archive legal scholarship. In this interview members of its Legal Scholarship Advisory Board share how they got the repository started and how they're working to expand it.
Effectively promoting your law review is the best way to increase readership and interest from prospective authors. Read on for new ideas about how to promote your volume.