October 31, 2008
Call for Papers - Human Rights/Civil Rights and Global Resource Allocation
Florida A&M University Law Review invites article submissions for publication in the Special Edition Symposium Journal for Spring 2009. The journal seeks articles that explore current legal issues in human rights and civil rights as they pertain to resource allocation around the world. The Symposium theme focuses on legal issues that have adversely affected People of Color including policies on resource allocation that include but are not limited to: food, water, housing, air, energy, intellectual property, etc. The journal is a student-edited periodical that celebrates excellence in scholarship and contributes to the development of the law. Articles may be submitted no later than January 9, 2009 via e-mail.
Authors may also mail their printed article and a disk in Microsoft Word format to: Florida A&M University, College of Law, c/o Law Review, 201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801. Articles should have footnotes and conform to the most recent edition of the Bluebook. Also, please attach a current resume or curriculum vitae with your contact information. Every submission will receive prompt and serious consideration by law review staff. Articles of 5 to 60 pages in length, single-spaced (approximately 35,000 words, including footnotes) are welcome. The Executive Editor may be contacted with questions or concerns via email. -jl
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