The George Washington Law Review


The George Washington Law Review will soon launch launch its new web site and online forum, Arguendo. Arguendo will publish original articles and essays directly to the web, giving contributing authors an opportunity to contribute to scholarly discourse much sooner than with traditional (print) legal scholarship. In general, such pieces should range from 5,000 – 10,000 words (including footnotes), though exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Law Review will subsequently publish all non-student (and select student) pieces exceeding 5,000 words in a cumulative print issue at the end of the year. This will allow contributing authors both to have their work published more quickly than is standard for legal periodicals and to receive a traditional citation, e.g., 78 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. ___ (2009), for their piece.

We are currently accepting submissions for Arguendo and will continue doing so on a rolling basis. If interested in publishing on Arguendo, please e-mail with a copy of your essay and curriculum vitae attached. Please also e-mail that address with any questions about Arguendo or our publication process.

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