The City University of New York Law Review, a publication committed to promoting social justice scholarship, is seeking submissions for our Spring 2010 volume. Our journal is affiliated with the City University of New York School of Law, one of the most diverse law schools in the nation and one of the few entirely dedicated to producing public interest lawyers. In addition to publishing articles by legal scholars, we have a special section in each journal dedicated to public interest articles written by practitioners.
If you are currently working on an article related to the social justice mission of our Journal, please do not hesitate to send us an inquiry. Our Board is interested in articles related to many different social justice visions and movements, and enjoys articles that integrate theory and practice. To submit an article for publication, please email our Articles Editors. We would be happy to respond to any questions you may have about the City University of New York Law Review and our spring publication.
The City University of New York Law Review is dedicated to providing a forum for legal commentary that promotes the public interest and social justice; informs the legal community of new developments in public interest law; and provides a forum for practitioners from a wide array of social justice work. Published twice annually, the City University of New York Law Review reviews submissions for the Fall issue between May and September, and for the Spring issue between October and February.
1) Articles should be 25,000 words or fewer (including footnotes).
2) Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th ed.), and appear as footnotes rather than endnotes.
3) Please include with your manuscript the following:
- Cover letter concisely summarizing the argument of the article and stating how it advances the public interest
- Contact information (name, e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number)
The City University of New York Law Review strongly prefers electronic submissions, which can be sent to us either through ExpressO, LexOpus or by email. For questions regarding article submissions, please email us.
Notes and Comments
The New York City Law Review's Notes and Comments section welcomes student scholarship that takes risks. We seek submissions that speak to our school's mission of public interest and reflect the needs of our larger New York City community.