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Law Review Information

Electronic Submissions

ExpressO: Express Online Deliveries to Law Reviews
The law school's subscription covers Suffolk Law full-time faculty who wish to submit articles through this fee-based service. For assistance, contact Rick Buckingham at x8605 or by email.

Law Review Rankings

Washington and Lee's Law Journal Submission Service

Robert M. Jarvis and Phyllis G. Coleman, Ranking Law Reviews by Author Prominence - Ten Years Later, 99 Law Libr. J. 573 (2007). |L. Lib. J.|

Fred R. Shapiro, The Most-Cited Law Reviews, 29 J. Legal Stud. 389 (2000).|HeinOnline| |LexisNexis| |Westlaw|

Tracey E. George and Chris Guthrie, An Empirical Evaluation of Specialized Law Reviews, 26 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 813 (1999). |FSU L. Rev.| |LexisNexis| |Westlaw|

Robert M. Jarvis and Phyllis G. Coleman, Ranking Law Reviews: An Empirical Analysis Based on Author Prominence, 39 Ariz. L. Rev. 15 (1997). |HeinOnline| |Westlaw|

Law Reviews by Title and Subject Area

Washington and Lee's Law Journal Submission Service

On-Line Directory of Law Reviews and Scholarly Legal Periodicals (LexisNexis).

Law Journals by Topic (FindLaw).

Al Joyner, Directory for Successful Publishing in Legal Periodicals, Law Ref K36 .J69 1997.

Tips and Advice for Submitting Articles

Allen Rostron & Nancy Levit, Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals (SSRN Working Paper, updated February 1, 2012)

Leah M. Christensen & Julie A. Oseid, Navigating the Law Review Article Selection Process: An Empirical Study of Those with All the Power -- Student Editors, 59 S.C. L. Rev. 175 (2008)

Michael N. Widener, Safeguarding "The Precious": Counsel on Law Journal Publication Agreements in Digital Times, 28 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 217 (2010)

Joint Law Review Statement on Article Length (from Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Michigan, Stanford, Texas, U. Penn., Virginia, and Yale)

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please email: Rick Buckingham, Electronic Services and Legal Reference Librarian.