Stetson Law Review - Submitting Articles
Stetson Law Review Call for Papers and New Format Announcement
The Stetson Law Review is now accepting article and essay submissions via ExpressO for publication in Volume 43. The Stetson Law Review is a general, student-edited law review and is currently seeking original articles or essays on any legal topic. Historically, the Stetson Law Review has been published in a symposium-only format. We are pleased to announce, however, that beginning with Volume 43 the Stetson Law Review will regularly publish issues containing original works on a wide variety of legal topics, including articles and essays authored by academics, judges, and practitioners.
If you are interested in submitting an article or essay for consideration, please submit your draft via ExpressO. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. We look forward to reading your submissions.
Authors seeking publication in the Stetson Law Review must submit manuscripts with footnotes in Microsoft Word format. Footnotes should follow The ALWD Citation Manual: A Professional System of Citation, published by Aspen Law & Business.
The Stetson Law Review assumes no responsibility for the return of manuscripts. Although the Law Review generally grants great deference to an author's work, the Law Review retains the right to determine the final published form of every article. As a matter of policy, the Stetson Law Review encourages the use of gender-neutral and race-neutral language.
Except as otherwise provided, the Stetson Law Review has provided permission for copies of each article, comment, and note in this publication, including limited waivers of authors who retain their copyrights, provided that:
- copies are distributed at or below cost;
- author and journal are identified;
- proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy.
The Stetson Law Review reserves all other rights.
The Stetson Law Review does not grant permission to reprint any article in any of our issues for the purpose of sale.
The views expressed in published material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of the Stetson Law Review, its editors and staff, or Stetson University College of Law.