West Virginia Law Review: Call for Papers
The West Virginia Law Review invites participation from scholars, researchers, and practitioners to illustrate the intersection between the law and energy in the 21st Century. The West Virginia University College of Law continues its historical connection to the energy sector.
The College of Law offers expanded course offerings in all facets of energy practice, symposia on relevant energy issues, a Land Use and Sustainability Clinic, a Center for Energy and Sustainable Development, a National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition, and now a special energy issue of the West Virginia Law Review, Volume 115.
Authors may submit works in the following two formats:
- Traditional Article:
This method includes a well-researched article of at least 10,000 words with annotated footnotes.
- Issue Survey:
This method includes a 7-10 page (2,100-3,000 words) overview that concisely addresses a specific issue, piece of legislation, or court ruling that affects the energy industry. Issue surveys must add to the academic discourse of the subject, but should easily inform students and practitioners about a limited topic. Issues can include, but are not limited to, the energy sector in West Virginia and Appalachia.
How to Submit:
Submissions should be complete Articles, but acceptable submissions may be abstracts accompanied by a completed outline.
Please send your submission accompanied by a cover letter and C.V. to email@example.com or mail to the following address: West Virginia Law Review, P.O. Box 6130, Morgantown, WV 26507-6130.
The last date for submission is 30th July, 2012.
Mr. Dallas Kratzer
Senior Managing Editor