Law Review Submissions Open Thread

Reading the (increasingly nervous) comments on Prawfs at the hiring thread,
you can really get a feel for how incomplete information can sometimes feel worse than ignorance.  Nevertheless, I figured that now might be a good time to get a sense of where the law reviews are in their submissions season.  If you are a law review editor, please post below your book status, i.e., full, open but working through backlog,  welcoming more submissions, etc.  If you are interested, please also post when during the week you typically make offer calls, so that those readers who are waiting will know when to feel most anxious!

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3 Responses

  1. BDG says:

    They’re not talking, Dave. Maybe they’re too busy reading submissions?

    I can at least reveal that Yale is full, but I suppose everyone else has gotten that e-mail, too.

  2. Jacqueline Lipton says:

    Ditto that, BDG. I’ve been running a thread on Faculty Lounge re law profs’ experiences of this submission season and it seems by and large very quiet so far: http://www.thefacultylounge.org/2009/08/trading-up-or-falling-by-the-wayside.html

  3. Anon says:

    Emory is still reading submissions.

    Yale is full.