In this post, we're sharing some submissions pro-tips that you can use to improve your chances of publication and save precious time.
The third in a series of data-driven law review posts - this post focuses on when decisions are made by law reviews.
The second in a series of data-driven law review posts, this post provides insight into expedited decision requests.
The first in a series of data-driven law review posts, this post provides insight into when law reviews receive submissions.
Thanks to all who participated in the #LawRevHaiku Twitter contest! Here's a recap of the top three winners and other tweets that were entered.
Inga Ivsan, assistant public defender for the 17th Judicial Circuit in Broward County Florida, discusses her research on gaps in constitutional law and her experience getting published while in law school.
Law review submission season is coming fast, and with it so are countless journal opening announcements and submissions updates to follow!
Want to know which law reviews are open for submissions on Scholastica? Check out the interactive table to search and sort law reviews by name, category, and whether or not they're open.
Remember, as the saying about life goes, law review submission season isn't a sprint, it's a marathon.