Wednesday, August 8, 2012
As I noted here, the University of Chicago Law Review and California Law Review are no longer accepting submissions from ExpressO. They now accept articles submitted for five dollars a pop via Scholastica. The Stanford Law Review and Yale Law Journal only accept pieces submitted through their proprietary submission systems. Over at the Faculty Lounge, I ponder the possibility of law review submission consortiums or law reviews charging authors for submissions as two possible routes to a new submission reality. The submission process has only been getting more insane. Is now the time for some (fairly) radical change?