Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Charleston Law Review - Call For Nonprofit Papers

The Charleston Law Review is the flagship journal of the Charleston School of Law and is currently accepting submissions on any subject matter for its first issue of Volume 3.  The Charleston School of Law was founded in 2004 to teach the practice of law as a profession with its chief aim to provide public service.  For our first issue, we hope to publish at least one article in the field of nonprofit and philanthropy law. 

Though we are a young journal at a young institution, the Charleston Law Review has enjoyed the privilege of publishing some of our nation’s leading thinkers and has earned a reputation as being a professional publication that authors have enjoyed working with.  In its second volume, for example, the Charleston Law Review garnered national recognition for publishing Senator and Democratic Presidential Nominee Barack Obama and hosting a punitive damages symposium that featured leading thinkers such as Professor Anthony Sebok of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Professor Neil Vidmar of Duke Law School, Professor Keith Hylton of Boston University Law School, and Professor Mike Rustad of Suffolk University Law School. The symposium volume also included noted practitioners Ms. Elizabeth Cabraser and Mr. Victor Schwartz. In its general issues, Charleston Law Review also published notable scholars such as Professor Walter Murphy of Princeton University and Professor John Yoo of University of California Berkeley Law School.

Submissions preferred by August 20th, but will be accepted after that date if space remains unfilled.  For further information on the Charleston Law Review, please contact Editor-in-Chief Katie Fowler via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 803-309-5421.

DAB

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