Submissions via Scholastica are highly preferred. Given the sheer amount of manuscripts we receive, Scholastica provides the most efficient method of reviewing articles.
SCLR understands that the required fee to submit articles via Scholastica causes a financial burden for some authors. However, Scholastica is willing to consider requests for fee waivers as well as some other potential accommodations. To request a fee waiver, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If Scholastica cannot accommodate your circumstances, please submit your article and curriculum vitae to Arnold Zahn, Executive Articles Editor for Volume 96, at email@example.com, along with an explanation of the financial circumstances that prevent you from submitting via Scholastica.
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The Southern California Law Review also publishes student-written Notes. The Southern California Law Review selects Notes submitted by the Staff based on relevancy, authorship, and scholarship. The Editors blindly evaluate the Notes, without knowledge of the author’s identity. Each year, Staff submit Notes to be considered for publication in March, and publication decisions are finalized in May. The Notes must be the original work of the author and previously unpublished, a minimum of 35-pages long, and conform to the 21st edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
Postscript is an online companion to the Southern California Law Review that permits us to publish a wider variety of worthwhile material than we can accommodate in our printed journal. We seek to publish a wide range of timely legal commentaries, response pieces, book reviews, and student work.
Postscript accepts three types of submissions: responses, commentaries, and book reviews. Submissions should be between 6,000 – 10,000 words excluding footnotes. Submissions which do not adhere to this word count will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. All submissions should conform to the 21st edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
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Responses are short essays which respond to an article published in the Southern California Law Review. We do not accept responses to student notes or bibliographies.
Commentaries are short essays which comment on legal developments and significant court decisions. Authors are free to submit commentaries on any topic.
Book reviews are pieces that analyze literary contribution to legal scholarship. The Southern California Law Review occasionally publishes reviews of new books that address legal developments or significant court decisions. Reviewers are free to submit book reviews on any legal topic.
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