Monday, March 27, 2017
The Lewis and Clark Law Review is seeking submissions for it's symposium issue - Volume 23, Issue 2. The symposium's focus is on the current administration's immigration policies -- from specific litigation over and effects of Trump's Executive Orders, to the general immigration power of the federal government, the roles of state and local governments, and 'antagonistic federalism.'
The symposium is currently slated to be a paper symposium, but they have the goal to secure funding for a live symposium that would occur in early 2018.
Submissions or abstract proposals can be sent to the Editor in Chief, Elizabeth Schmitt, at email@example.com. Final drafts from the author will be due the first week of January 2018.