Submissions

Minnesota Law Review

The Minnesota Law Review is currently closed for submissions for Volume 101. Submissions for Volume 102 will open in spring of 2017. Articles should be submitted through Scholastica.

The Minnesota Law Review will consider for publication in its print edition any original work focusing on any topic or field in the law. Citations in all manuscripts should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015). The Minnesota Law Review does not accept submissions from law students.

Headnotes

Headnotes is currently closed for submissions for Volume 101. Submissions for Volume 102 will open in summer of 2017. Articles should be submitted through Scholastica, which can be accessed here.

Headnotes is the Minnesota Law Review online companion journal. The Law Review will consider publishing in Headnotes any articles, book reviews, and, especially, any piece responding to any recent Article appearing in our print volume. When submitting to Headnotes, please keep in mind the following:

1. Length of articles should be kept between 5 and 30 pages

2. While we do take time-sensitive pieces, please keep in mind that we cannot publish all such pieces we receive due to administrative constraints.

3. Headnotes does not accept pieces from current law students, graduate students, or undergraduate students. It does accept submissions from law school faculty, attorneys, and practitioners.

Citations in all manuscripts should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015). Headnotes does not accept submissions from law students.

Publication Agreements

The Minnesota Law Review offers publication agreements that conform to Open Access Law Journal principles, which give authors great freedom to distribute their works. Please review a copy of our model publication agreement for further information.

The Minnesota Law Review is published six times a year in November, December, February, April, May, and June by the Minnesota Law Review Foundation. Headnotes publishes between two and three times a year.

 

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