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Friday, May 13, 2022

Northwestern University Law Review Exclusive Empirical Cycle - 2022

From the Northwestern University Law Review:


The Northwestern University Law Review will be opening its summer exclusive empirical cycle for the print journal this Sunday, May 15. Submissions will be accepted through Thursday, June 30

The Northwestern University Law Review accepts empirical articles on an exclusive basis only. Any author who submits an article by 5 pm CT on Thursday, June 30th, will receive a final publication decision regarding that submission by 5 pm CT on Friday, August 19. We welcome pieces making use of any and all empirical tools—including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods—to illuminate and engage questions of legal interest.


Interested authors must submit Articles and Essays via email to the Senior Empirical Articles Editor, Michael Bellis, at [email protected]. Please submit the Article as a .doc or .docx file with a cover letter or similar email; CV; and, if desired, supporting materials as discussed below. For more information and further suggested guidelines regarding format and length, please see the Empirical Submissions page on our website.


We look forward to reading your work. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Posted by Sarah Lawsky on May 13, 2022 at 03:31 PM in Law Review Review | Permalink


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