November 27, 2007
Advice to Law Journals, Part 15
Been absurdly busy of late--was at the University of Miami's lovely campus a few weeks ago for a panel on reparations and then in Chapel Hill for an awesome conference on Thomas Ruffin. Meanwhile, I had to finish up my Thomas Dew paper. On top of which, the hiring season is in full swing at Alabama and classes are coming to a close, as well. November's almost over and there hasn't been a single piece of advice to law journals this whole month. So this suggestion will be short.
15 give a short time frame for expedites
I'm not sure there's a lot more to add to this; my experience (as faculty advisor) is that when we give long time frames, we rarely land pieces. Now, we might not have gotten them in the first place, but long time frames also make it harder to plan, because you have offers out that may be accepted. Authors, obviously, would prefer longer time frames and you may lose some authors if you give an offer with a short period for accepting.
Alfred L. Brophy
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