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September 11, 2008
William Mitchell Law Review Calls For Evidence Articles
Call for Papers – Evidence Law
William Mitchell Law Review, Vol. 35, Issue IV (Spring 2009)
The William Mitchell Law Review is proud to dedicate its fourth issue to Evidence Law in its upcoming Volume 35 (spring 2009). We are currently seeking papers that examine current issues and recent developments in this important area of law. Submissions may either take the form of shorter commentaries or longer law review articles. We are also accepting submission proposals at this time.
The William Mitchell Law Review is highly regarded both regionally and nationally. Our Law Review recently ranked twenty-second in citations by judges and ranked fifty-seventh in citations by other law journals, culminating in an overall ranking of seventieth. Over the years, the William Mitchell Law Review has featured the works of various scholars and practitioners such as Congressman Tim Penny, and former Vice President Walter Mondale. The William Mitchell Law Review has also published nationally known legal experts ranging from Philip Bruner, to Supreme Court Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Byron White, and Harry Blackmun. Now, we would like to invite you to join us to publish in our upcoming volume.
Please direct inquiries to Executive Editor Bob Ambrose at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send submissions to email@example.com or mail them to our Editorial Office. Please note that the Law Review prefers electronic submissions.
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Thank you for your interest.
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