Editorial Review Process

The Business/External Managing Editor initially reviews all articles submitted for possible publication. This initial review involves not only a careful analysis of the article, but also an examination of the author’s background. The Business/External Managing Editor makes recommendations to the Law Review’s Executive Board and the Board conducts a meticulous, independent review of the article and determines  whether the Law Review will extend an offer of publication.

Upon a favorable decision by the Board, the editor personally contacts the author and thereafter sends the author a written Offer of Publication along with an Author’s License Agreement. Following the Law Review’s receipt of the fully executed License Agreement and an electronic copy of the article on diskette or by email submission, the editing process begins.

Articles are accepted for consideration on a rolling basis. We encourage authors to submit as soon as their articles are ready for consideration.