Please contact any member of the Editorial Board if you have an idea for submission. We seek first layer submissions (beginning the discussion), second layer responses (responding to the first essay), and third layer responses (rounding-out the conversation).
The Journal's Style
- We value preserving and channeling the author's message, voice, and style above conforming to the traditional law review paradigm.
- We treat every submission as unique and tailor our editing process to the demands of the essay in front of us.
- We believe that the Bluebook should be a tool and not a straightjacket.
- Some essays, for example original thoughts on a topic or reflections on a topic, may not need any footnotes. See , e.g., Michael E. Tigar, A Jurisprudence of Insurgency: Lawyers as Companions of Unimagined Change, 2 J.L. & INTERDISC. STUD. 10 (2012)
- Other essays must conform to Bluebook. See, e.g., Kermit Roosevelt, Law's Aspirations, 2 J.L. & INTERDISC. STUD. 10 (2012).
- Our editors use the 19th Edition Bluebook for citations and style. We will convert other style submissions to Bluebook for our interdisciplinary scholars.