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Choosing a Research Paper Topic

Submitting Your Paper for Publication

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Reference Librarians at the Schoenecker Law Library can help identify potential sources and information on submission requirements for your articles. We also have contact information for the law reviews that accept student submissions.

Resources for Submitting Your Paper

Some useful resources for submitting your paper for publication include:

  • WashLaw. Includes an annotated list with links to law journals.
  • Washington and Lee - Law Journals: Submissions and Rankings. Provides editorial addresses, submission policies, and ranking data.
  • ExpressO. This is a fee-based service that allows you to submit your articles electronically to multiple journals and track the progress of your submissions. Please contact Henry Bishop at ext. 2-4970 for information about ExpressO.
  • Submission of Law Student Articles for Publication. This essay offers a number of suggestions for law students who want to publish their research papers. It presents a chart of the policies of 194 law reviews with respect to whether they will publish comments submitted by non-law review members who are students at their home school or notes, comments or articles submitted by law students from other schools.
  • LexisNexis Directory of Law Reviews