Tag:law review submissions

As e-boards have been wrapping up article selection and preparing to pass the baton to their successors, team Scholastica has been asking them to share some of the submission insights they gained. Here's what they had to say.

Is your law review updating authors about where you are in your article selection cycle? If not, it's time to start! Here are the main article selection updates you should be communicating.

At Scholastica, we're regularly adding new features to our law review article submission and selection system to help e-boards work more effectively and stay on top of author communication. Here's a roundup of the top features law review editors should know about updated for 2024.

At Scholastica, we want to help demystify the law review submission cycle for authors. That's why we're rounding up tips to help improve your publication prospects in this blog post (based on our latest data and learnings). Let's get to it!

Have a question about submitting to law reviews via Scholastica or the article management tools we offer? Here are answers to the top FAQs we've heard and links to helpful submission season resources updated for 2024!

Successful law review article selection all comes down to one thing — preparation. In this blog post, we cover everything you need to know to get ready for your next submission season using Scholastica based on our experience helping hundreds of law reviews optimize their workflows.

It's that time again — we're ready to look back at trending topics in legal scholarship throughout the year. This blog post highlights the 25 most-used keywords for articles accepted via Scholastica in 2023 (January 1st to present) and some notable new and forthcoming related pieces.

Are you preparing to submit an article to law reviews this season? Before you get started, be sure to take some time to get acquainted with all the latest Scholastica features to help make that process easier.

Scholastica asked outgoing law review editors to take a close-up lens look at the submission criteria they consider most important and zoom out to their predictions for the future of the legal scholarship cycle. Here's what they had to say.

Wondering what topics legal scholars have been focusing on this year? In this blog post, we highlight the 25 most-used keywords for articles accepted via Scholastica from January 1st, 2022, to present and some notable pieces related to those topics.