Law Review Placement Status Report

I have heard from colleagues about recent publication offers from some of the top law reviews, but I’m wondering what the process has been like for law review editors this time around. A few weeks ago, Dan Solove reported that there were more submissions earlier this cycle than there had been in previous years, and that many journals were facing substantial backlogs. Is this still the case? Have most journals filled their upcoming volumes, or are there still slots available? Have recent offers mostly been extended after expedited review, or from the long slog through the pile of fall submissions? I’d be interested to hear from the editors; feel free to leave comments or to email me directly.

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6 Responses

  1. anon says:

    HLR has some spots yet.

  2. anon says:

    NYU is done.

  3. David says:

    Seton Hall Law Review filled its upcoming volume in early June (although we had already committed two of our four books to publishing articles from our symposium and an evidence colloquium).

  4. Mike says:

    For anyone willing to publish in a lower ranked journal; Golden Gate Univ. still has room in the Winter volume and the Spring Ninth Circuit Survey.

  5. Scott Moss says:

    Michigan is done; BU is close to done

  6. Lael Harrison says:

    The Washington Law Review is still looking for articles for its Winter publication.

    Washington Law Review

    University of Washington

    William H. Gates Hall

    Box 353020

    Seattle, WA 98195