De Novo is the newest addition to the Minnesota Law Review family. The blog serves as a forum through which the staff, editors, and alumni of the Minnesota Law Review can contribute to legal thought and academic debate.
De Novo features posts in a variety of forms: essays, policy briefs, legal reporting, case comments, and more. The blog serves as a vehicle through which the Minnesota Law Review community can reflect on the current legal landscape and further the discussion.
One of the purposes of De Novo is to foster a network of ideas among current and former Law Review members and University of Minnesota Law School faculty. To that end, current staff members and editors, alumni, and faculty are welcome and encouraged to submit to the blog. All submissions must conform to the following structural guidelines:
- Between 2000–4000 words in a Microsoft Word document, 12-point font, Times New Roman font, standard margins, double spaced.
- Citations in endnotes using reliable sources that conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015).
- Current Law Review members, Law Review alumni, and University of Minnesota Law School faculty members may submit by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.