Journal of Law and Courts

There’s a new venue for peer-reviewed articles about law — the Journal of Law and Courts.  As Chris Zorn explains:

“The Journal is edited by David Klein, of the University of Virginia’s Department of Politics, and published by the University of Chicago Press. The JLC is a double-blind peer-reviewed, single-submission journal, indexed by Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw, EBSCO, JSTOR, and others. While formally an APSA section journal, the JLC aims to be the premier outlet for the publication of work on law, courts, and things judicial from a wide range of perspectives.  More information about the journal and instructions for authors can be found here.

Submissions are being accepted now, via the journal’s Editorial Managerpage. We anticipate publication of the inaugural issue in spring 2013.”

Seems like a great forum!

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