The Florida State University Law Review welcomes unsolicited manuscripts on topics of interest to the legal profession. The Law Review acknowledges that unsolicited manuscripts may be submitted to other journals. All articles will be evaluated as expeditiously as possible, but please submit an expedite request to the journal if necessary. The Law Review gives great deference to an author’s work, but it reserves the right to determine the final form in which articles will be published.
Summer 2020 Exclusive Submission Track
The Florida State University Law Review is delighted to open an exclusive submission track for Summer 2021. Authors who submit to the exclusive submission track agree to accept a binding publication offer, should one be extended. Authors agree to withhold submitting their manuscripts to any other journal until a decision has been made. The exclusive submission track will open from May 1st to May 22nd and decisions will be rendered by June 1st. Accepted manuscripts will be published in Volume 48 of the Law Review. Final manuscripts will be due December 15th for Issue 4. Articles selected for Issues 3 and 4 are expected to be published in August 2021.
The Florida State University Law Review accepts manuscripts from all areas of legal scholarship. Manuscripts should closely conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed.). Authors interested in submitting to the exclusive submission track for Summer 2019 should email their CV and manuscript as a Word Document or PDF to Executive Article Selection Editor, Jacob Barnes, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions are strongly preferred through the Scholastica submission service.
Manuscripts may also be submitted directly by email to Jacob Barnes, Executive Article Selection Editor.
Manuscripts may also be submitted by mail, using the following address:
Florida State University Law Review
College of Law
425 W. Jefferson Street, Ausley House
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1601
Attn: Article Submission