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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.