Paul L. Caron

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Vanderbilt Law Review Saves 40% of Slots for Fall

VandyAn editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review asked me to post this:

It is the policy of the Vanderbilt Law Review to maintain approximately forty percent (five to seven articles) of our book space available for the fall 2008 submissions cycle. We recognize that an impression exists among many legal scholars that student-run journals intend to fill our books during this spring’s submission cycle. We wish to dispel that impression.

We will review fall submissions this year as thoroughly as we review spring submissions, just as we have always. This spring’s accelerated submissions cycle has strained scholars and affects us as well. We hope that restating our longstanding policy to review and accept a significant number of pieces in the fall can help return some balance to the submissions process.

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