Albany Law Review: Call for Submission
Founded more than 70 years ago, the Albany Law Review publishes critical and analytical articles written by judges, lawyers, law school professors, as well as notes and comments on legal topics written by Law Review members and other Albany Law School students. After completion of first-year coursework, students are invited to join Law Review based on either academic standing or performance in an annual writing competition open to students who earn a grade point average specified by the faculty. Membership on Law Review offers students an exceptional opportunity to develop and refine skills in legal research, analysis and writing.
The Albany Law Review publishes articles that make significant and original contributions to the law and legal scholarship. We do not preclude articles based upon pre-set length or topic limitations. All articles submitted should be of publishable quality and in substantially finished form.
Manuscripts may be submitted to:
Albany Law Review through ExpressO
Alternatively, you may submit a manuscript in an easily read format (please include an electronic copy) to:
Albany Law Review
Attn: Executive Editor of Lead Articles
80 New Scotland Avenue
Albany, NY 12208
If you are submitting your manuscript by mail, or would like to email your work for consideration, please submit an electronic copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Through editing, Albany Law Review seeks to ensure the substantive and grammatical correctness of every line published. We will never attempt to alter the "voice" of a piece or its author. Any and all editorial changes made by Law Review staff will be finally agreed upon by the author prior to publication.
For more details, please refer: www.albanylawreview.org