Courts & Justice Law Journal
Advocatus Iustitia Aeque
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Submitting to C&JLJ
C&J Law Journal accepts articles on a rolling basis. We accept articles, essays, notes from current law students, and book reviews. Our platform allows for authors to publish in a more timely fashion and are shorter than the average law review submission. We will also publish articles that will appear in future law reviews, as long as we receive written permission from that law review to publish.
In addition to being published in our print version, we will also publish your article on our website in the traditional law review format in a PDF version and promote the article and author on social media. (We also accept submissions to be published on our legal blog, which are lightly edited and citations are hyperlinked).
Authors can expect a quick turnaround from submission to publication. We request that authors use The Bluebook citation format to help increase this turnaround. While we follow The Bluebook format, we are also believers in the Judge Posner school of thought when it comes to citations. Our goal is for readers to be able to find the source you are referring to, but at the same time, not get in the way of the actual writing. Submissions that are final or nearly final are preferred.
We prefer submissions via Scholastica but will accept electronic submissions sent to .