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Monday, February 12, 2007

Another TWO guides for law review submissions

Thanks to Danielle Citron, we have another guide for submissions to law reviews that might be helpful to readers contemplating submissions in the next month or so.  You can download the Excel spreadsheet here.  This might contain some information slightly at odds with diverging from the guide from Tony Sebok that we uploaded this past weekend for your use.  Let me know if you have another guide that might be helpful, particularly for journals beyond the top 20 or so.  Thanks.

UPDATE: I've just received a copy of Penn student Anthony Ciolli's comprehensive law review submission guide, which you can download here. It contains lots of information for hundreds of law reviews, including whether students may submit their writing as well. Thanks Anthony!

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Another option for reviewing law review submission guidelines is Washington and Lee's Law Journal page(http://lawlib.wlu.edu/LJ/) by John Doyle. This page also allows one to limit by rank, impact factor, or specialty.

Posted by: Librarian | Feb 15, 2007 3:23:16 PM

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