Thursday, November 12, 2020
Michael Goodyear (Michigan), Information for Submitting Articles to Specialty & Non-Flagship Law Journals:
This document contains charts with 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.
This list only includes active law journals. Several law schools still honor their former or inactive law journals by including them on their pages, but they are not listed here as they no longer accept submissions or publish. In addition, peer-reviewed law journals that have student editor boards are included, even though the submissions process is different from that of a traditional law review.