Compilation of submission policies of flagship law reviews from Allen K. Rostron and Nancy Levit. Includes methods for submitting an article, any special formatting requirements, how to contact them to request an expedited review, and how to contact them to withdraw an article from consideration.Updated annually.
Presents a chart of the policies of several law reviews with respect to whether they will publish comments submitted by non-law review members who are students at their home school or notes, comments or articles submitted by law students from other schools. By Nancy Levit et al. Updated more recently than SSRN indicates.
Information about submitting articles to specialty (non-flagship) law journals at ABA-accredited law schools in the United States, including links to the journal's page, the accepted methods for submitting an article, special formatting or length requirements, whether the journal accepts outside student submissions, and whether the journal offers any non-traditional publishing options. It covers over 450 law journals. By Michael Goodyear.
Information about twenty-nine (29) U.S.-based law reviews and journals classified under the subject “Gender, Women and Sexuality” by the Washington & Lee Law Journal Rankings (here) and five (5) additional journals that contain the word “gender” in their title, but that are not listed in the Washington & Lee Law Journal Rankings. By Bridget J. Crawford.
Resource to locate law journals by subject, country or publication, or ranking (where available), to display journal editorial information, and to facilitate an author's article submission to those journals. From 2005 onward. From Washington & Lee Law Library.