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Friday, April 01, 2011

Exclusive Submission Window Available at Florida State's Law Review

My wonderful former student, Hannah Monroe, is the new senior articles editor at the Florida State University Law Review. She's asked me to share this information. Feel free to contact me or her about this opportunity. See below.

The Florida State University Law Review will be conducting exclusive spring article reviews. Any article submitted to this exclusive review between now and April 10, 2011, will be evaluated by April 18, 2011. By submitting the article during this window you agree to accept an offer for publication should one be extended. Any articles accepted through this review will be published in Volume 39, which is slated for publication in 2012.

If you have an article which you would like to submit, please e-mail an attached copy of the article and your cv and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line "Exclusive Spring Article Review." (Keep in mind: this opportunity applies also to articles you may have submitted to FSU earlier this season but you need to re-send the piece under the appropriate subject line). (And per the comment below, the character after the m in Hannah's email address is a zero, not an "o". 

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I believe the issue is that the e-mail address is supposed to be [email protected] (with a zero), but it's listed as [email protected] (with the letter 'o') in the post.

Posted by: help | Apr 1, 2011 5:05:19 PM

Dan-- Thanks for passing along the opportunity. I attempted to send to the e-mail addressed that you listed, but my message was returned as undeliverable. This problem may be something on my end, but I wanted to raise it in case it was not.

Posted by: consolation | Apr 1, 2011 4:51:09 PM

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