Librarians can help identify potential sources and information on submission requirements for your articles. Some useful resources 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.
- The University of St. Thomas School of Law Legal Research Paper Series. Professor Sisk coordinates the SSRN account.
- Law Review Electronic Submissions. The Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University hosts a website where authors can select multiple law reviews and submit an article via email. The site includes a list of law journals that accpet electronic submissions.
- Submission of Law Review Articles. This essay contains information about submitting articles to law reviews and journals, including the methods for submitting an article, any special formatting requirements, how to contact them to request an expedited review, and how to contact them to withdraw an article from consideration.
Display of Faculty Publications
The library maintains a display of faculty puclications at the entrance to the library. Faculty members are asked to supply a copy of each of their publications for this display. You may put display copies in Ann Bateson's mailbox or drop them off at the library service desk.
We are also trying to consolidate a bibliography of all faculty publication and encourage you to let us know when you have new publications.