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.
Whether it's your first year trying to place an article or fifteenth, you're likely wondering what steps you can take to boost the chances of getting published in one of your top-choice law reviews. This blog post is full of the latest recommendations to help!
With so many possible law review article topic ideas to pursue and so little time before the next submission cycle, how can you effectively weigh your options and know when you've landed on the right one? Here are three tips from former editors.
Looking for guidance on how to navigate the different stages of the law review submission cycle? Why not look to seasoned editors for insights? In this second of a two-part series, outgoing e-boards share dos and don'ts for new editors and submitting authors.
What key takeaways do outgoing law review editors have when it comes to organizing article selection workflows and allocating tasks effectively? And what do they consider to be the hallmarks of standout submissions? We round up top pieces of advice in this blog post.
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.
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.
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.