Law review editors put time into developing their submissions criteria, and they're checking for adherence to them. So it's imperative for authors to read law review guidelines — closely! Here are 5 criteria authors should always look for.
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.
It's that time again — law review submission season is kicking into high gear! As authors prepare their latest submissions and editors work towards final article selections, we wanted to provide a few resources to help along the way.
In this blog post we overview some of our top advice for a more successful law review board transition.
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.
Guest contributor Cassandra Klusmeyer shares what all law reviews need to know about spotting, addressing, and, most importantly, preventing plagiarism based on her 2017 NCLR presentation.
It's that time of year again - law review boards are transitioning! Here are three things all new teams should do to quickly get acquainted with their internal editorial processes and determine which law review best practices their journal is and isn't already following.
As your editorial board hurries to make article selections, are you checking off everything you need to on your to-do list? Look out for these 5 items.