Have you ever wondered what nuggets of wisdom outgoing law review editors would offer their successors and submitting authors given the opportunity? At Scholastica, we certainly have! So we've started reaching out to seasoned e-boards to ask them to share their top submission season dos and don'ts.
More law reviews than ever have begun introducing exclusive submission track options for authors, but the concept is still relatively new to legal scholarship. Are you wondering what exclusive submissions means exactly and how the article selection process differs for exclusive papers? This blog walks through what you need to know.
At Scholastica, we know law review editors and submitting authors are always looking to learn about the latest submission season dos and don'ts. So we decided to reach out to outgoing e-boards to ask them to share guidance around navigating the different stages of submissions.
Looking for data to help inform your next law review submissions? Check out Scholastica's annual submission season insights graphs to see when law reviews tend to open, the peak article submissions times, when most law reviews make decisions, and more.
At Scholastica, we're always adding new features to our law review software to help editors work more effectively with fewer technical hassles. Here's a roundup of some of the top features you should know about.
At Scholastica, we've garnered many submission season insights from editors and authors over the years. In this post, we share our top law review submission tips to improve your chances of publication and save precious time.
We want to ensure that legal scholars are equipped for law review submission season success. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we've heard and links to helpful resources!
What aspects of online publishing should all law reviews be prioritizing? And how can editors ensure any updates they embark on will be feasible to complete or hand off to the next board? We explore these questions in a new digital law review publishing tools and tips webinar.
Why has the rate of Black law student admissions remained so low? And what steps can law schools take to better support the needs of aspiring Black lawyers? Mitch Crusto, Distinguished Professor of Law at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, has been focused on unpacking the many layers of these questions and identifying ways law schools can improve current diversity initiatives.
Harold McDougall, professor of law at Howard University, discusses his research on policing and recommendations for holistic police reforms directed at the community level, including the development of a Civilian Community Service Corps.