The Faulkner Law Review is currently soliciting articles for Volume 9, Issue 2, which will be published in Spring 2018. The mission of Faulkner Law Review is to publish a varied body of legal scholarship with the purpose of advancing legal discussion of timely and practical legal issues impacting the Anglo-American legal tradition.
Faulkner publishes two issues each year, a Fall and a Spring issue. Our Fall issue had a narrow theme and coincided with our annual Law Review Symposium. The theme of Issue 1 was “The Role of the Executive in the Anglo-American Legal Tradition.”
Our Spring issue is broader in scope than our Fall issue, and, consistent with our mission, we are seeking articles for the Spring issue that analyze contemporary questions of law by drawing upon the resources of the Anglo-American common law tradition.
We will consider manuscripts between 6,500 and 20,000 words. We will also consider accepting a limited number of student works. Submitted manuscripts should be in Word format, properly cited according to the 20th edition of the Bluebook, and accompanied by a Curriculum Vitae (CV).
Please direct any inquiries to the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions may be made via the Scholastica link below or directly to the Editor-in-Chief.