Blawgreview's Law Review Tracker
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Alabama Law Reviewhttp://www.law.ua.edu/lawreview/University of Alabama School of LawBox 870382TuscaloosaAL35487-0382(205) 348-7191(205) 348-391742005-08-01Vol. 56, No. 3 (Spring 2005).University of Alabama School of Law.Can email tdedmon3@law.ua for more information.Submissions should conform to Bluebook and should be in hard copy.Inquiries should be directed to fpoole@law.ua.edu.Subscriptions are $35 four issues/$14 single issue. The Summer 2004 issue of the Alabama Law Review has articles from a symposium on Disability Law, Equality, and Difference: American Disability Law and the Civil Rights Model. The Spring 2004 issue of the Alabama Law Review has articles from a symposium on The Clean Water Act at Thirty: Progress, Problems, and Potential.2003-07-07USAGeneralPast abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
American Economic Reviewhttp://www.aeaweb.org/aer/209 Nassau StreetPrincetonNJ08542-460152005-05-04Vol. 95, No. 1 (March 2005).Vanderbilt Law School and the American Economic Association.https://gemini.econ.umd.edu/cgi-bin/e-editor/e-submit_t.cgi?Issues are published in March, June, September and December and the May issue is the Papers and Proceedings of the annual meeting.

To submit articles, send four copies of the manuscript (single-sided, double-spaced) to Ben Bernanke, Editor, AER.

Authorship should be identified only on a removable cover page; the anonymous text should begin on the following page. JEL keywords are required.

Submission fee: $75 for members; $150 for nonmembers of the American Economic Association.
aeainfo@vanderbilt.eduThe March 2005 issue of the American Economic Review has Gary S. Becker, Tomas J. Philipson, and Rodrigo R. Soares, The Quantity and Quality of Life and the Evolution of World Inequality and Derek Leslie, Are Delays in Academic Publishing Necessary?.2003-07-07USAPolicy, Current Issues, and LawCurrent table of contents.Timely.
American Journal of Family Law42005-09-14Vol. 19, No. 3 (Fall 2005).The Spring 2004 issue of the American Journal of Family Law has Elena P. Bishop and Noel Myricks, Sex Reassignment Surgery: When Is a "He" a "She" for the Purpose of Marriage in the United States?2003-07-07USAFamily LawN/ATimely.
Campbell Law Reviewhttp://law.campbell.edu/Studentlife/stupub.htmlCampbell University School of LawP.O. Box 158Buies CreekNC27506(910) 893-1799(910) 893-172922005-08-01Vol. 27, No. 2 (Spring 2005).Campbell University School of Law.lawrev@webster.campbell.edulawrev@webster.campbell.edu2003-07-07USAGeneralNo.Timely.
Corporate Taxation: CTEugene Krader, Editor, RIA395 Hudson Street, 4th FloorNew York CityNY10014(212) 807-2295(212) 337-420742005-09-01Vol. 32, No. 5 (September/October 2005).RIA.2003-07-07USATax LawN/ATimely.
Family Court Reviewhttp://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Law/law_fccr.cfmHofstra University School of LawHempsteadNY11549-1210(516) 463-589042005-07-27Vol. 43, No. 3 (July 2005).Hofstra University School of Law and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Lawazs@hofstra.eduSubmissions should not exceed 25 double-spaced typed pages, including notes, references, tables, and figures. Authors must follow either the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (4th edition) or The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (17th edition).

Authors should submit two copies with a 100-word abstract and a biographical statement. A copy of the manuscript on an IBM-compatible disk should be included with the hard copy. Send only camera ready for figures and tables submitted for publication.
afcc@afccnet.orgThe July 2005 issue of the Family Court Review has articles from a symposium entitled Child Custody Evaluations. 2003-07-07USAFamily LawPast tables of contents.Timely.
George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journalhttp://www.gmu.edu/departments/law/gmucrlj/George Mason University School of Law3301 North Fairfax DriveArlingtonVA22201-4498(703) 993-8162(703) 993-808822005-08-09Vol. 15, No. 2 (Spring 2005).George Mason University School of Law.August McCarthy, Article Selection Editor: amccart1@gmu.eduThe CRLJ invites submission of unsolicited manuscripts. Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (17th ed. 2000). Footnotes are preferred to endnotes. Manuscripts will not be returned unless a self-addressed, stamped envelope is provided. Subscriptions are available at the following rates: Students at $4.00 per issue, General at $7.00 per issue, Libraries at $10.00 per issue, and International at $12.50 per issue. 2003-07-07USAHuman Rights, Civil Rights, Public Interest, and Law ReformLinks to Westlaw and Lexis-Nexis.The George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal seems to be catching up (Spring 2005 issue came out in August 2005, Winter 2004 issue came out in June 2005, Spring 2004 issue came out in December 2004).
Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterlyhttp://www.uchastings.edu/clq/O'Brien Center for Scholarly Publications100 McAllister St., Room 2302San FranciscoCA94102(415) 551-4120-4978(415) 551-411042005-03-02Vol. 31, No. 3 (Spring 2004).University of California, Hastings College of the Law.clq@uchastings.eduhttp://www.uchastings.edu/pubs/Forms/Subscription/subscriptionCLQ.htmPublished in fall, winter, spring, and summer.The Fall 2003 issue of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly has Part II of articles from a symposium called Affirmative Action in the 21st Century: Reflections on Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger. The Summer 2003 issue of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly has articles from a symposium on Affirmative Action in the 21st Century: Reflections on Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger. The Spring 2003 issue of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly has Richard G. Wilkins, Scott Worthington, Adam Becker, and Sara Becker, Supreme Court Voting Behavior: 2001 Term. The Winter 2003 issue has an article by Robert H. Alsdorf entitled The Sound of Silence: Thoughts of a Sitting Judge on the Problem of Free Speech and the Judiciary in a Democracy. clq@uchastings.edu2003-07-07USAConstitutional and Public LawNo.The Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly seems to be running behind (Winter and Spring 2004 issues came out in March 2005, Fall 2003 issue came out in September 2004, Summer 2003 issue came out in July 2004, Spring 2003 issue came out in January 2004, Winter 2003 issue came out in September 2003, and Summer 2002 issue came out in July 2003).
Journal of Law and Economicshttp://www.journals.uchicago.edu/JLE/home.htmlUniversity of Chicago Law School1111 East 60th StreetChicagoIL60637(773) 702-9603(773) 702-073022005-05-13Vol. 48, No. 1 (April 2005).University of Chicago Law School.m-callahan@uchicago.eduElectronic submissions are not accepted and exclusive submission is required. Three copies of the paper should be submitted and manuscripts should be typewritten on one side of the paper only and double spaced throughout. Please include contact information for all authors. They do not publish notes, comments, or book reviews.subscriptions@press.uchicago.eduThe October 2004 issue of the Journal of Law and Economics has Michelle J. White, The "Arms Race" on American Roads: The Effect of Sport Utility Vehicles and Pickup Trucks on Traffic Safety.2003-07-07USAEconomics and LawPast abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
Loyola Consumer Law Reviewhttp://www.luc.edu/law/activities/publications/consumer.shtmlLoyola University ChicagoOne E. Pearson StreetChicagoIL60611(312) 915-7120(312) 915-720142005-06-22Vol. 17, No. 3 (2005).Loyola University School of Law.aburke1@luc.eduloyolachicagolaw@luc.eduThe thirdmost recent issue of the Loyola Consumer Law Review has articles on The Future of Private Rights of Action in Antitrust.loyolachicagolaw@luc.edu2003-07-07USAConsumer LawCurrent table of contents.Timely.
Mercer Law Reviewhttp://review.law.mercer.edu/Walter F. George School of LawMercer UniversityMaconGA31207-0001(478) 301-2622(478) 301-225942005-05-11Vol. 56, No. 3 (Spring 2005).Mercer University School of Law. http://review.law.mercer.edu/inboxform.cfmAnnual Survey of Georgia Law (Fall) // Articles (Winter) // Lead (Spring) // Annual Eleventh Circuit // Survey (Summer).http://review.law.mercer.edu/subform.cfmThe Spring 2005 issue of the Mercer Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled Judicial Professionalism in a New Era of Judicial Selection.2003-07-07USAGeneralCurrent and past articles and tables of contents.Timely.
Northern Kentucky Law Reviewhttp://www.nku.edu/~chase/lawreview/Salmon P. Chase College of LawNunn Hall - Room 402Highland HeightsKY41099(859) 572-5444(859) 572-534242005-09-12Vol. 32, No. 4 (2005).Salmon P. Chase School of Law. nkylawreview@nku.eduCan send electronic submissions in Microsoft Word format.Subscription rates are $24.00 per volume and $10.00 per issue.The secondmost recent issue of the Northern Kentucky Law Review has articles from a symposium on campaign finance reform.nkylawreview@nku.edu2003-07-07USAGeneralNo.Timely.
Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journalhttp://www.law.washington.edu/PacRim/University of Washington School of Law1100 N.E. Campus ParkwaySeattleWA98105-6617(206) 543-6649(206) 685-445732005-07-20Vol. 14, No. 3 (June 2005). University of Washington School of Law.pacrim@u.washington.edu2003-07-07USAInternational and Comparative LawPast abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
Real Estate Law Journalhttp://www.swlearning.com/blaw/wgl_journals_and_newsletters_main.htmlJim Douglas, Managing Editor, West Group375 Hudson Street, Second FloorNew York CityNY10014212) 929-7500 x233342005-06-30Vol. 34, No. 1 (Summer 2005).Warren, Gorham & Lamont.The Fall 2003 issue has an article by Ian C. Lindars entitled The Future of the National Environmental Policy Act.2003-07-07USAEnvironmental, Natural Resources, and Land Use LawNo.Timely.
Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journalhttp://www-rcf.usc.edu/~idjlaw/University of Southern California Law SchoolUniversity ParkLos AngelesCA90089-0071(213) 740-5710(213) 740-550222005-06-20Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 2005).Law School at University of Southern California.idjlaw@usc.eduCan send email submissions. Word format is preferred.Subscriptions are $25.00 per year ($34.00 for international subscriptions). The current issue of the the Journal is also available for $12.50 per copy. Subscriptions are automatically renewed unless notice of cancellation is received prior to renewal. Claims for nonreceipt of issues must be made within six months of the mailing date, or the issue cannot be resent free of charge. The Fall 2004 issue of the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal has Kirk W. Junker, Reading Attitude in the Constitutional Wish; Daniel R. Cahoy and Min Ding, Using Experimental Economics to Peek into the “Black Box” of Jury Behavior: A Proposal for Jury Research Reform; and Stephen L. Wasby, Unpublished Court of Appeals Decisions: A Hard Look at the Process. The Spring 2004 issue of the Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal has Justin D. Levinson and Kaiping Peng, Different Torts for Different Cohorts: A Cultural Psychological Critique Of Tort Law's Actual Cause and Foreseeability Inquiries; Donald J. Smythe, Bounded Rationality, the Doctrine of Impracticability, and the Governance of Relational Contracts; and Jay Weiser, The Real Estate Covenant as Commons: Incomplete Contract Remedies Over Time.2003-07-07USAHumanities and LawPast author index and tables of contents.Timely.
Suffolk University Law Reviewhttp://www.law.suffolk.edu/stuservices/lawreview/Suffolk University Law School120 Tremont StreetBostonMA02108(617) 573-8180(617) 723-584732005-05-24Vol. 38, No. 3 (2005).Suffolk University Law Schoolleadarticles@suffolk.edueditorinchief@suffolklawreview.comThe most recent issue of the Suffolk University Law Review has articles from Beyond Prosecution: Sexual Assault Victim’s Rights in Theory and Practice Symposium.2003-07-07USAGeneralNo.Timely.
Tulane Law Reviewhttp://www.law.tulane.edu/tuexp/journals/lawrev/review.htmSenior Articles Editor, Tulane Law ReviewTulane Law School, 6329 Freret StreetNew OrleansLA70118-6231(504) 865-5973(504) 862-885862005-05-02Vol. 79, No. 4 (March 2005).Tulane Law School.The Tulane Law Review is published six times annually (November, December, February, March, May, and June) by the Tulane Law Review Association. bgraham@law.tulane.eduSubscriptions are $40.00 per year (Domestic), and $50.00 per year (Foreign). The March 2005 issue of the Tulane Law Review has Jonathan R. Cohen, The Immorality of Denial.2003-07-07USAGeneralCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Tulsa Law Reviewhttp://www.utulsa.edu/law/tlj/University of Tulsa College of Law, Tulsa Law Revi3120 East Fourth PlaceTulsaOK74104-2499(918) 631-2408(918) 631-219442005-05-24Vol. 40, No. 3 (Spring 2005).University of Tulsa Law School.michael-dailey@utulsa.edu, travis-mccallon@utulsa.edu.Electronic submissions can be sent as email attachments in Microsoft Word or Word Perfect format. http://www.utulsa.edu/law/tlj/new%20feedThe Spring 2005 issue of the Tulsa Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled The Legislative Backlash to Advances in Rights for Same-Sex Couples. The Winter 2004 issue of the Tulsa Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled The Funding of Religious Institutions in Light of Locke v. Davey. The Fall 2004 issue of the Tulsa Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled Tribal Sovereignty and United States v. Lara. 2003-07-07USAGeneralCurrent table of contents.Timely.
Utah Law Reviewhttp://www.law.utah.edu/programs/journals/utahlawreview.htmlUniversity of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law332 S. 1400 E., Rm. 101Salt Lake CityUT84112-0730(801) 581-5770(801) 581-689742005-06-28Vol. 2005, No. 1.University of Utah Law School.utahlawreview@law.utah.eduAll submissions should include a cover letter, and disks are not necessary unless the author’s piece is selected. All cover letters should be less than a page and include: (1) the title of the work, (2) an e-mail address, (3) a permanent email address, and (4) a permanent daytime telephone number. All submissions should be in Times 11-point or larger sized font, printed on one side of the page only, contain footnotes rather than endnotes, and have numbered pages. utahlawreview@law.utah.eduThe subscription rate is $40.00 per year (domestic) and $45.00 per year (foreign). All subscriptions will be renewed automatically unless the subscriber provides notice of cancellation.The final 2004 issue of the Utah Law Review has articles from a symposium on Racial Profiling.utahlawreview@law.utah.edu2003-07-07USAGeneralCurrent and past abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
Boston College International and Comparative Law Reviewhttp://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/law/lwsch/interrev.html885 Centre StreetNewtonMA02459(617) 552-8557fax (617) 552-222005-05-09Vol. 28, No. 1 (Winter 2005).Boston College Law School.bclawrev@bc.eduRosalind Kaplan, Manager for Law Review Publications and John Gordon, Administrative Assistant, two full-time permanent support staff, provide technical assistance, guidance and typesetting for the reviews. General review information or questions regarding article submissions, permission to reprint, subscription information, and purchasing back issues may be directed to Ms. Kaplan or Mr. Gordon at the listed phone numbers. Articles can be sent via disk, email or hard copy. http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/law/lwsch/subscribe.htmlSubscriptions are $15.00/year (plus $6.00 for foreign mailing). Single issues are $6.00 (plus $1.00 for foreign mailing). Subscriptions are be renewed automatically unless the journal receives a timely notice of termination. The Winter 2004 issue of the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review has Gary Chartier, Peoples or Persons? Revising Rawls on Global Justice. The Spring 2003 issue has articles from their symposium on "Science and International Trade." It includes this intriguing title: The Myth of Science as a "Neutral Arbiter" for Triggering Precautions, by Vern R. Walker.2003-07-08USAInternational and Comparative LawCurrent and past articles and tables of contents.Timely.
Child Welfare62005-07-07Vol. 84, No. 4 (July/August 2005).2003-07-08USAYouth and Age LawN/ATimely.
Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journalhttp://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Law/law_laborlaw.cfm121 Hofstra UniversityHempsteadNY11549516-463-6317516-463-493822005-04-21Vol. 22, No. 1 (Fall 2004).Hofstra University School of Law.laborlaw@hofstra.eduThe current subscription rate is $15 per volume. The Spring 2004 issue of the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal has articles from a Don't Ask, Don't Tell Symposium.2003-07-08USALabor and Workers CompensationCurrent table of contents.The Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal appears to be catching up (Fall and Spring 2004 issues came out in April 2005).
Journal of Legislationhttp://www.nd.edu/~ndlaw/jleg/University of Notre Dame Law SchoolNotre DameIN46556(574) 631-591822005-02-15Vol. 31, No. 1 (2005).University of Notre Dame Law School.ndlsjl@nd.eduSubmissions should be typewritten on 8 1/2" x 11" paper and double-spaced. Microsoft Word formatting and Bluebook citations should be used. A paragraph on the title page should provide the author’s current occupation, position, and educational background.

Decisions on publications are typically made within four weeks of a manuscript’s receipt. The Journal accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Most article selections for an issue are made two to six months prior to publication. Thus, to be considered for publication in the Spring issue, your manuscript should be submitted between September and February; to be considered for our Fall issue, your manuscript should be submitted between March and August.
Subscriptions are $20.00 per year postpaid in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Mexico, and individual issues are available for $10.00. The rate is $22.00 per year for all other overseas subscriptions. Subscription requests should be directed to the Business Editor. The most recent issue of the Journal of Legislation has articles on Election Law.2003-07-08USALegislationNo.Timely.
Michigan Journal of Race and Lawhttp://students.law.umich.edu/mjrl/625 South State StreetAttn: Article Selection EditorAnn ArborMI48109-1215(734) 763-4421(734) 764-604322004-09-19Vol. 10, Iss. 2 (Spring 2005).University of Michigan Law School.mjrl.submission@umich.eduSubmissions should be word processed and double-spaced (Microsoft Word preferred); citations should be in footnote form. Citations should generally conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (17th ed. 2000). English usage should generally conform to The Chicago Manual of Style (14th ed. 1993). Each manuscript should be accompanied by a cover letter giving a brief overview of the manuscript and providing author contact information including name, e-mail address, phone number, and mailing address.

The journal typically responds to submissions within two to three weeks, except during the summer months, when responses may take one to two months.
maureena@umich.eduThe annual subscription rate is $30.00 domestic and $35.00 foreign (including Canada).sfulbrig@umich.edu2003-07-08USAMinorities Law, African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanic AmericansPast abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
Nevada Law Journalhttp://131.216.173.219/UNLV, Nevada Law Journal - Attention Articles Edit4505 Maryland Parkway, Box 451003Las VegasNV89154-1003(702) 895-243542005-07-19Vol. 5, No. 3 (Spring 2005).William S. Boyd School of Law, at the University of Nevada.The domestic subscription rate is $25.00 per year; the foreign subscription rate is $29.00 per year.The Winter 2004/2005 issue of the Nevada Law Journal has articles on The Lawyer’s Role(s) in Deliberative Democracy: A Commentary by and Responses to Professor Carrie Menkel-Meadow. The Fall 2004 issue of the Nevada Law Journal has articles from a symposium on Pursuing Equal Justice in the West. The Spring 2004 issue of the Nevada Law Journal has articles from a symposium on Guinn v. Legislature of Nevada. 2003-07-08USAGeneralCurrent and past abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
New York Law School Journal of Human Rightshttp://www.nyls.edu/content.php?ID=569NYLS Journal of Human Rights57 Worth StreetNew York CityNY10013(212) 431-2386(212) 431-329522003-07-08Vol. 19, Pt. 2 (Spring 2003).New York Law School.2003-07-08USAHuman Rights, Civil Rights, Public Interest, and Law ReformNo.Timely.
Touro Law Reviewhttp://www.tourolaw.edu/Publications/Lawreview/Touro Law Review Rm. 201, Fuchsberg Law Center300 Nassau RoadHuntingtonNY11743(631) 421-2244x404(631) 421-267532004-07-30Vol. 20, No. 2 (2004).Touro Law Center.LawReview@TouroLaw.eduMS Word97 is the only format acceptable for electronic submissions.Subscription price: per year, $28.00; Student/Alumni per year, $25.00 each; single issues, $8.00 each, Student/Alumni single issues, $6.00 each. The Summer 2003 issue of the Touro Law Review has articles on Lawyering and Its Discontents: Reclaiming Meaning in the Practice of Law. The Spring 2003 issue of the Touro Law Review has excerpts from the The Practising Law Institute's 18th Annual Section 1983 Civil Rights Litigation Program.LawReview@TouroLaw.edu2003-07-08USAGeneralPast tables of contents.The Touro Law Review is catching up (second 2004 issue came out in July 2004, first 2004 and Summer 2003 issues came out in May 2004, Spring 2003 issue came out in April 2004, Winter/Spring 2003 issue came out in October 2003, and Fall 2002 issue came out in July 2003).
Whittier Law Reviewhttp://www.law.whittier.edu/academic_programs/wlr/wlr.aspWhittier Law Review3333 Harbor BoulevardCosta MesaCA92626(714) 444-4141 x350(714) 444-360522005-06-16Vol. 26, No. 4 (Summer 2005).Whittier Law School.wlrsubmissions@law.whittier.eduIssue Two is dedicated largely to the recordation of symposia conducted at the law school, including the International and Health Law Symposia.wlrsubscriptions@law.whittier.eduSubscriptions are $35 per year or $10 per quarterly issue. The Summer 2005 issue of the Whittier Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled The Boundaries of International Law.wlreic@law.whittier.edu2003-07-08USAGeneralCurrent abstracts (some) and table of contents.Timely.
Bankruptcy Developments Journalhttp://www.law.emory.edu/students/bdj/Bankruptcy Developments JournalEmory University School of Law, Gambrell HallAtlantaGA30322-2770(404) 727-6988(404) 727-220322004-03-05Vol. 20, No. 1 (2003).Emory University School of Law.phourig@law.emory.eduFor expedited reviews, please contact Paul Hourigan, Executive Articles Editor, by email. He can be reached by email at phourig@law.emory.edu. The journal generally requires at least five business days to complete an expedited review, although some exceptions may be made. mejulia@law.emory.eduA yearly subscription costs $32.00 USD. For subscription information, contact Maggie Juliano. 2003-07-09USACommercial Law and BankruptcyNo.Timely.
George Washington Law Reviewhttp://www.law.gwu.edu/stdg/gwlr/2008 G Street, NW, 2nd FloorWashingtonDC20052(202) 676-3868(202) 676-387662005-07-01Vol. 73, No. 3 (April 2005).George Washington University Law School.gwlr@gwu.eduThe journal prefer documents in Microsoft Word format. It also recommends submitting a hard copy of the article along with the electronic copy.

Typically, it does not respond to inquiries about the status of articles in its selection process. If, however, you require an expedited review, you can call the Law Review at 202-676-3868 and provide us with your name, the article title, the date by which you need a response, and a phone number.
http://www.law.gwu.edu/stdg/gwlr/subform.htmlThe rate for individuals and libraries is $42.00 for United States subscriptions, and $46.00 for all others. The rate for subscription agencies is $40.00 in the United States and $44.00 elsewhere.The April 2005 issue of the George Washington Law Review has Kevin A. Kordana and David H. Tabachnick, Rawls and Contract Law. The January 2005 issue of the George Washington Law Review has Gary Lawson, Discretion as Delegation: The "Proper" Understanding of the Nondelegation Doctrine; Mark Seidenfeld and Janna Satz Nugent, "The Friendship of the People”: Citizen Participation in Environmental Enforcement; and Amy Coney Barnett, Statutory Stare Decisis in the Courts of Appeals.gwlr@gwu.edu2003-07-09USAGeneralCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Societyhttp://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~iir/indrel/Institute of Industrial Relations2521 Channing Way #5555BerkeleyCA94720-5555(510) 643-708142005-07-07Vol. 44, No. 3 (July 2005). Berkeley, University of California, Institute of Industrial Relations.irjrnl@socrates.berkeley.eduThe journal charges a submission fee of $49.00 to non-subscribers.http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/subs.asp?ref=0019-8676The April 2005 issue of Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society has Selected Papers from the International Industrial Relations Association. The January 2005 issue of Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society is a Special Issue: The Impacts of Living Wage Policies.irjrnl@socrates.berkeley.edu2003-07-09USAPolicy, Current Issues, and LawCurrent and past abstracts and tables of contents.Timely.
Journal of Church and Statehttp://www3.baylor.edu/Church_State/journal_of_church_&_state.htmP.O. Box 97308WacoTX76798-9989(254) 710-1510(254) 710-157132005-09-06Vol. 47, No. 3 (Summer 2005).Baylor University.No simultaneous submissions.http://www3.baylor.edu/Church_State/ordering_publications.htm2003-07-09USAReligion and LawCurrent and past articles (some) and tables of contents.Timely.
Journal of Land Use and Environmental Lawhttp://www.law.fsu.edu/journals/landuse/FSU College of LawTallahasseeFL32306-1601(850) 644-4240(850) 644-748222005-07-27Vol. 20, No. 2 (Spring 2005). Florida State University College of Law.Subscriptions are $30.00 per annum, plus applicable sales taxes for Florida residents, and are renewed automatically. Individual issues are $15.00. The Spring 2004 issue of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law has A. Dan Tarlock, Is There a There There in Environmental Law?. The Fall 2003 issue of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law has Holly Doremus, Takings and Transitions; and Jeffrey H. Wood, Recalibrating the Federal Government's Authority to Regulate Intrastate Endangered Species After SWANCC . The Spring 2003 issue has "Proceedings from the 9th Annual Public Interest Environmental Conference: 'Florida's Final Frontiers: Saving What's Left."2003-07-09USAEnvironment, Natural Resources, and Land Use LawCurrent and past articles and tables of contents.Timely.
Journal of Legal Economicshttp://www.jlegalecon.comUNA Box 5077FlorenceAL35632-0001(256) 765-4144(256) 765-417032005-05-09Vol. 13, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 2003) University of North Alabama and American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts.The web page has a submission stylesheet. There is a $25 fee for submissions.https://4ecommerce.com/users/jlegalec/order.htmlJournal of Legal Economics has a subscription rate of $60.00 (U.S. subscribers) and $75.00 (outside U.S.).leglecon@unanov.una.edu2003-07-09USAEconomics and LawIndex of past articles.The Journal of Legal Economics seems to be off schedule (Spring/Summer 2003 issue came out in May 2005, Winter 2002-2003 issue came out in March 2005, Fall 2002 issue came out in July 2004, Spring/Summer 2002 issue came out in April 2004, Winter 2001-2002 issue came out in October 2003, and Fall 2001 issue came out in July 2003)
U.C. Davis Law Reviewhttp://www.law.ucdavis.edu/lawreview/University of California Davis School of Law400 Mrak Hall DriveDavisCA95616-5201(530) 754-7644(530) 754-563152005-05-26Vol. 38, No. 4 (April 2005).U.C. Davis School of Law.Please e-mail expedited review requests to Editor at kebeverlin@ucdavis.edu with "Expedited Review Request" as the subject line. In the request, please include the following information: [1] Your name,[2] Your Law school, [3] Your Phone number, [4] Article name, and [5] Deadline for expedited review.

Note: this email address may be out of date. The page says it hasn't been edited since 2001.
http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/lawreview/subscriptionform.htmA subscription is $40 per school year. Single issues are $10 per issue. The March 2005 issue of the U.C. Davis Law Review has articles from a symposium on Immigration and Civil Rights After September 11: The Impact on California. The November 2004 issue of the U.C. Davis Law Review has Samuel N. Fraidin, Duty of Care Jurisprudence: Comparing Judicial Intuition and Social Psychology Research. 2003-07-09USAGeneralCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Maryland Law Reviewhttp://www.law.umaryland.edu/osa_mlr.aspMaryland Law Review500 West Baltimore Street, Suite 406BaltimoreMD21201(410) 706-7414(410) 706-055642005-07-20Vol. 64, No. 1-2 (2005).University of Maryland School of Law.law-webmaster@law.umaryland.eduIt's unclear from the web page whether email submissions are accepted.The thirdmost recent issue of the Maryland Law Review has Kurt Eggert, Truth in Gaming: Toward Consumer Protection in the Gambling Industry; and John F. Hart, Fish, Dams, and James Madison: Eighteenth-Century Species Protection and the Original Understanding of the Takings Clause.2003-07-10USAGeneralNo.Timely.
Southwestern University Law Reviewhttp://www.swlaw.edu/cocurricular/lawreview.htmSouthwestern U. School of Law, Law Review Rm. 216675 S. Westmoreland Ave.Los AngelesCA90005-3992(213) 738-6744(213) 383-168842005-05-03Vol. 34, No. 2 (2004).Southwestern University School of Law.lawreview@swlaw.eduIt's unclear from the web page whether email submissions are accepted.lawreview@swlaw.eduThe most recent issue of the Southwestern University Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled Sony v. Universal: The Betamax Decision Twenty Years Hence.lawreview@swlaw.edu2003-07-10USAGeneralNo.Timely.
Tulane European and Civil Law Forumhttp://www.law.tulane.edu/tuexp/journals/jecl/jecl.htmTulane University School of LawJohn Giffen Weinmann Hall, 6329 Freret StreetNew OrleansLA70118-5670(504) 865-5969(504) 862-885812004-10-25Vol. 19 (2004). Tulane Law School.Manuscripts must be submitted in hard copy form via mail only; submissions are not accepted via e-mail. Manuscripts cannot be returned. The cost for a one-year subscription is $20 domestic and $25 international (shipped via surface mail; overnight delivery available at customer's cost). lbecnel@law.tulane.edu2003-07-10USAInternational and Comparative LawCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Villanova Law Reviewhttp://153.104.15.101/currentstudents/journalsandmootcourt/lawreview/lawreview.aspVillanova University School of Law299 North Spring Mill RoadVillanovaPA19085-1682(610) 519-7053(610) 519-690652005-05-13Vol. 50, No. 2 (2005).Villanova University School of Law.review@law.villanova.eduHard copies should be double-spaced. Submissions cannot be returned without a self-addressed, postage paid return envelope. If the article is selected to be published, the Law Review would appreciate an electronic version of it in Word 97.The most recent issue of the Villanova Law Review has Alex Glashausser , Difference and Deference in Treaty Interpretation.review@law.villanova.edu2003-07-10USAGeneralForthcoming table of contents.Timely.
Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journalhttp://vls.law.vill.edu/students/orgs/sports/299 North Spring Mill RoadVillanova University School of LawVillanovaPA19085(610) 519-7604(610) 519-674222005-07-07Vol. 12, Iss. 2 (2005).Villanova University School of Law.Manuscripts should be typed, double spaced, and in duplicate. Unpublished manuscripts will be returned to the author only if accompanied by return postage. http://vls.law.vill.edu/students/orgs/sports/subscribe.htmlAnnual Subscription (Two Issues): $22.00, Single Issue of Current Volume: $12.00.sports@law.villanova.edu2003-07-10USAEntertainment, Arts, and Sports LawPast articles and tables of contents.Timely.
Cardozo Women's Law Journalhttp://www.cardozo.yu.edu/cwlj/55 Fifth AvenueNew York CityNY10003(212) 790-0239(212) 790-020032005-09-06Vol. 11, No. 2 (Winter 2005).Cardozo School of Law.cwljarticles@hotmail.comPlease email in Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect formats. cwljinfo@yahoo.comSubscription prices: Single Issue is $20.00, One Year Student Subscription is $30.00, One Year Individual Subscription is $40.00, One Year Corporate Subscription is $60.00. The Winter 2004 issue of the Cardozo Women's Law Journal has articles from a symposium entitled Privacy Rights in a Post Lawrence World: Responses To Lawrence V. Texas.2003-07-21USAWomen, Gender, Sexuality, Sexual Orientation, and LawCurrent and past tables of contents.The Cardozo Women's Law Journal appears to be catching up (Winter 2004 issue came out in September 2005, and Fall 2004 issue came out in May 2005).
Chicago-Kent Law Reviewhttp://lawreview.kentlaw.edu/Chicago-Kent College of Law565 West Adams StreetChicagoIL60661-3691(312) 906-5190(312) 906-528032005-09-26Vol. 90, No. 2 (2005).Chicago-Kent University School of Law.The Chicago-Kent Law Review publishes solely in symposium format. Therefore, they do not accept unsolicited manuscripts. They do, however, accept proposals for symposium topics. lawreview@kentlaw.eduPlease include the following information with your order: First and Last Name, Name of your Organization or Institution (if applicable), Address including Street, City, State, and Zip Code Phone Number (in case we need to contact you regarding your order), Title, Volume Number, Issue Number, and Year of the Issue you would like to order, or alternatively, whether you would like to establish a subscription. Acceptable methods of payment include: Visa, Mastercard, Discover (Please include the credit card number and the expiration date), Check (Please enclose the check with your order), Bill (Note that orders will not be shipped until payment is received), Money Order.

An annual subscription is $35.00 per year when sent to the United States or Canada, $40.00 per year to most other geographic locations (If ordering from outside the U.S. or Canada, please call to verify the price). A single issue is $10.00 per issue plus $3.00 S/H in the United States or Canada, $10.00 per issue plus any applicable shipping charges for geographic locations outside of the U.S. or Canada (Please call for shipping charges).
The most recent issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?.lawreview@kentlaw.edu2003-07-11USAGeneralFuture, current, and past articles and tables of contents.Timely.
Emory Law Journalhttp://www.law.emory.edu/ELJ/eljhome.htmEmory Law Journal, Emory University School of LawGambrell HallAtlantaGA30322(404) 727-6830(404) 727-220342005-05-24Vol. 54, No. 1 (Winter 2005).Emory University School of Law.To request an expedited review, please contact Tyler Sande, Executive Articles Editor, by telephone or email. He can be reached by telephone at (404) 727-3623 or by email at tsande@law.emory.edu. The journal generally requires at least five business days to complete an expedited review, although some exceptions may be made.

The Emory Law Journal accepts articles for consideration throughout the year, but because of the volume of manuscripts we receive and the limited space available in the Journal, makes the majority of our publication decisions for our annual volume by early winter.
Submissions are $30.00 (outside the United States - $34.00).The Special Edition 2005 issue of the Emory Law Journal has articles on The Foundations of Law. The Fall 2004 issue of the Emory Law Journal has E. Thomas Sullivan & Robert B. Thompson, The Supreme Court and Private Law: The Vanishing Importance of Securities and Antitrust; and Rachel D. Godsil, Viewing the Cathedral from Behind the Color Line: Property Rules, Liability Rules, and Environmental Racism. The Summer 2004 issue of the Emory Law Journal has articles from a symposium entitled The Future of Tort Reform: Reforming the Remedy, Re-balancing the Scales. 2003-07-11USAGeneralForthcoming, current, and past tables of contents.Timely.
ICSID Reviewhttp://www.press.jhu.edu/press/journals/ics/ics.htmlICISD1818 H Street, NWWashingtonDC2043322005-07-11Vol. 19, No. 2 (Fall 2004).Johns Hopkins University.jlorder@jhupress.jhu.eduPrint for Individuals: $70.00 (Order Now) (Non-OECD countries: $35.00), Print for Institutions: $70.00 (Order Now) (Non-OECD countries: $35.00), Foreign Subscriptions: Add $8.00 postage for Canada & Mexico to above. Add $12.00 outside North America to above.

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2003-07-11USAInternational and Comparative LawNo.The ICSID Review seems to be catching up (Fall 2004 issue came out in July 2005, Spring 2004 issue came out in January 2005, Fall 2003 issue came out in June 2004, Spring 2003 issue came out in January 2004 and Fall 2002 issue just came out in July 2003).
New Mexico Law Reviewhttp://lawschool.unm.edu/nmlr/New Mexico Law Review, UNM School of Law1 University of New Mexico, MSC11 6070AlbuquerqueNM87131-0001(505)-277-4910(505) 277-834232005-04-01Vol. 34, No. 3 (Summer 2004).University of New Mexico School of Law.One volume/calendar year. The New Mexico Law Review publishes three issues per volume: Winter, Spring, and Summer. $32.00 per volume, which includes three issues. This cost in includes all postage necessary to ship in the continental United States. For international rates, please contact the Business Manager for specific details [(505)-277-8659]. They also sell single copies of New Mexico Law Review issues for those who would prefer to buy only one issue at a time, or for those who are looking for a certain back issue. The cost per copy is $15.00. The Spring 2004 issue of the New Mexico Law Review has articles from a symposium entitled Enforcing the Judgments of Tribal Courts.lawrev@law.unm.edu2003-07-11USAGeneralCurrent and past abstracts and tables of contents.The New Mexico Law Review appears to be catching up(Summer 2004 issue came out in April 2005, and Spring 2004 issue came out in February 2005).
Valparaiso University Law Reviewhttp://www.valpo.edu/student/lawrev/656 S. Greenwich St. #139ValparaisoIN46383(219) 465-7807(219) 465-788032005-08-01Vol. 39, No. 3 (Spring 2005).Valparaiso University School of Law.lawreview@valpo.eduEmail submissions should be in MS Word format.http://www.valpo.edu/student/lawrev/subscription.htmlThe Valparaiso University Law Review is published three times each year by students at the Valparaiso University School of Law. A subscription is $22.00 per academic year. The price for regular single issues is $10.00. The Summer 2004 issue of the Valparaiso University Law Review has Bailey Kuklin, Evolution, Politics, and Law. The Spring 2004 issue of the Valparaiso University Law Review has articles from a symposium on Tomorrow's Issues in State Constitutional Law.lawreview@valpo.edu2003-07-11USAGeneralCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Yale Law and Policy Reviewhttp://www.yale.edu/ylpr/Yale Law SchoolP.O. Box 208215New HavenCT06520-8215(203) 432-4863(203) 432-259222005-06-23Vol. 23, No. 2 (Spring 2005).Yale Law School.Submitted manuscripts should be double-spaced.The review's subscription rate for institutions is $30.00 domestic and $40.00 international. For individuals the rate is $20 domestic and $30 international. The Winter 2005 issue of the Yale Law and Policy Review has articles focusing on Assessing Peter Schuck's Diversity in America: Keeping Government at a Safe Distance. The Spring 2004 issue of the Yale Law and Policy Review has Brandon L. Garrett and James S. Liebman, Experimentalist Equal Protection.2003-07-11USAPolicy, Current Issues, and LawPast tables of contents.Timely.
Law and Social Inquiryhttp://www.journals.uchicago.edu/LSI/home.htmlLaw & Social Inquiry, American Bar Foundation750 N. Lake Shore DriveChicagoIL60611(312) 988-6500(312) 988-657942005-04-27Vol. 30, No. 1 (Winter 2005).American Bar Foundation and University of Chicago Press.lsi-abf@abfn.orgLaw and Social Inquiry is a refereed journal. Manuscripts that the Editors deem appropriate for the journal are evaluated by two or more reviewers with expertise in the relevant subject matter and methodology. Manuscripts produced by ABF research fellows are evaluated by the same process as outside manuscripts and are not accorded priority in publication.

Law & Social Inquiry does not accept multiply-submitted articles. The Editors endeavor to make decisions promptly, usually about three months after submission.
http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/LSI/order1.htmlPricing on subscriptions web page.The Fall 2004 issue of Law and Social Inquiry has Timothy T. Clydesdale, A Forked River Runs Through Law School: Toward Understanding Race, Gender, Age, and Related Gaps in Law School Performance and Bar Passage.2003-07-14USAPolicy, Current Issues, and LawCurrent and past tables of contents.Timely.
Tax Lawyerhttp://www.law.georgetown.edu/journals/tax/Georgetown University Law Center600 New Jersey Avenue NWWashingtonDC20001(202) 662-9550202) 662-868242005-08-03Vol. 58, No. 3 (Spring 2005).Section of Taxation of the American Bar Association and the Georgetown University Law Center.Authors should mail manuscripts (three copies, typewritten and double-spaced).http://www.abanet.org/tax/pubs/pcat.html#tlAny member of the ABA may become a member of the Section of Taxation upon payment of the annual Section dues of $45.00, $26.50 of which pays for an annual subscription to The Tax Lawyer. Those who join the ABA Section of Taxation receive The Tax Lawyer for free. Persons who are not members of the Section may subscribe to The Tax Lawyer at the annual rate of $83.00 (4 issues) or may obtain individual copies and back issues, to the extent available, for $24.00 per copy. 2003-07-14USATax LawNo.Timely.
Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Reviewhttp://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/law/lwsch/envirrev.htmlBoston College Law School885 Centre StreetNewtonMA02459(617) 552-8557(617) 552-261532005-07-11Vol. 32, No. 3 (2005).Boston College Law School.bclawrev@bc.eduhttp://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/law/lwsch/subscribe.htmlThe Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review is published three times a year with the yearly subscription price of $30.00 (plus $6.00 for foreign mailing); single issues are $6.00 (plus $1.00 for foreign mailing). bclawrev@bc.edu2003-07-15USAEnvironment, Natural Resources, and Land Use LawCurrent and past articles, abstracts, and tables of contents.Timely.
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