Tuesday, November 1, 2022
The Stetson Business Law Review has issued a call for papers for its Tax Law Symposium:
Stetson Business Law Review (SBLR) is seeking articles and presenters for the 2023 edition of its Tax Law Symposium. The SBLR was founded in the 2019-20 academic year by ambitious students with strong interests in business law following the establishment of the Stetson Business Law Concentration. Earlier this year, SBLR successfully hosted its inaugural Symposium focused on white collar crime. The second annual Symposium will take place virtually on Friday, February 24, 2023, with an opportunity for hybrid in-person presentations. Following the virtual event, SBLR will be hosting a networking reception at the Tampa Law Center.
We invite you to submit an article for publication in the next edition of the Symposium paired with a presentation, or to join as a presenter without an article submission. We are hopeful that you take advantage of this unique opportunity to share your specialized knowledge for the benefit of the profession, while showcasing your expertise nationally. Each submission should be related to tax law, and satisfy the following:
- Submissions should be approximately 15 to 50 pages, double spaced, and in 12-point Times New Roman font. Citations should generally comply with The Bluebook.
If you are interested in publishing in the Stetson Business Law Review, please reach out to the Editorial Board with any questions or to submit an article or proposal. Please note that the final article need not be completed before the Symposium, which will allow for valuable feedback on your article.