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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Submission Guide for Online Law Review Supplements, Version 2.0 (9/30/2009), Now Available On SSRN

Back in May, I posted my initial Submission Guide for Online Law Review Supplements. At the time, I promised to update the guide annually and as law reviews create new online supplements. Since then, I have learned of two other supplements:  Maryland Law Review Endnotes and Texas Tech Law Review Addendum. Also, a few online supplements have changed their sites and/or the types of pieces they accept. The former Yale Law Journal Pocket Part is now Yale Law Journal Online, and it has expanded the list of submissions its accepts. Michigan's First Impressions has changed its website and now accepts original essays in addition to symposium pieces. Finally, Connecticut's CONNtemplations has changed its website.

All of these additions and changes are recorded in Submission Guide for Online Law Review Supplements, version 2.0 (9/30/2009), which you can download for free from SSRN. Finally, I wanted to alert readers that the Denver University Law Review just launched an online supplement, DU Process, but it is still in the trial phase, with details to be sorted out. When they are, I will add that information to the guide.

-CM 

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