Friday, April 27, 2007

PrawfsBlawg Scholarship Roundup:

From Matt Bodie over at Prawfsblawg:

Current Scholarship Round-Up for the 2007 Spring Submission Cycle

This post inaugurates what will hopefully be a continuing feature here at PrawfsBlawg: a round-up of current legal scholarship that has been placed during each submission cycle.  Although this may be changing, law reviews generally accept articles for submission during two time periods: a spring cycle beginning in February and a fall cycle beginning in August. Although the articles have been submitted and accepted during the cycle, they may not come out for six months to a year from when they have been placed. SSRN and Bepress have filled in this gap to some extent, but at present there is no community forum for getting out the news of your new article and its (forthcoming) home.

In order to provide a community-wide source about placement news, I'll be compiling a list of articles that have been chosen for publication during this spring's submission cycle. If you wish to be included in this spring’s round-up, please send an email to this address with the following information:

  • Author[s ]
  • Title
  • Law review or other journal placement
  • Volume and year of publication (if available)
  • Link to your article at SSRN, Bepress, or institutional web site (if available)

I’ll collect the information and post it in about a week, with updates to follow as further submissions come in.

UPDATE: Just to clarify, I am looking only for articles, rather than essays, symposia pieces, or book reviews.  If there is interest, we could also do round-ups for these separate categories.  Let me know your thoughts.  And thanks to all of you who have already submitted news of your placements.

--RR

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