Paul L. Caron

Friday, November 26, 2010

Changes at the Florida Tax Review

Florida Tax Review Martin J. McMahon, Jr. has been named editor-in-chief of the Florida Tax Review, published by the Graduate Tax Program of the University of Florida College of Law.  The Board of Editors has been restructured, with members of the faculty of the Graduate Tax Program serving as editors and distinguished faculty from other institutions serving as a Board of Advisers.  A number of Graduate Tax Students, who serve as student editors, assist the faculty editorial board. The Florida Tax Review invites the submission of manuscripts either by e-mail or through ExpressO.

The Florida Tax Review has revised its submission procedures.  In a significant change of procedure, the Florida Tax Review has dropped its prior “blind review” process, as well its requirement of exclusive submission of manuscripts.  Authors may identify themselves and may submit manuscripts to the Florida Tax Review simultaneously with submission to other journals. However, for submissions made directly to the Florida Tax Review, the Board of Editors will endeavor to decide within three weeks whether to publish a manuscript. After the decision has been made to publish, the Review is committed to expediting publication. Manuscripts selected for publication as generally are expected to be published within three to four months after acceptance.

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