From the Editors of the Labor & Employment Law Review EDITORIAL POLICY
The Law Review reflects the diversity of the Section’s membership in the articles and columns we publish. Our resources are you, the readers, so we count on you to provide us with the variety of viewpoints representative of our 7,000+ members. We therefore invite members of the Section and others to submit articles and columns from the points of view of employees, unions, and management. Although articles may be written from a particular viewpoint, whenever possible, submissions should address the existence of relevant issues from other perspectives. The Law Review reserves the right to edit articles for reasons of space or for other reasons, to decline to print articles that are submitted, or to invite responses from those with other points of view. We will consult with authors before any significant editing. Authors are responsible for cite checking and proofreading their submissions. Note that as a contributor of an article selected for publication in the Law Review, you can claim self-study MCLE credit, hour-for-hour, for the time you spend researching and writing the article.
As a rule, we accept only well-researched articles on timely topics. Submissions from third-party public relations or marketing firms will not be considered. Articles should be between 2,000 and 2,500 words. Please follow the style in the most current edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation and put all citations in endnotes. Please e-mail your submission to Managing Editor David Peyerwold at firstname.lastname@example.org. With your submission, include: (1) a short abstract of your article (no more than 100 words); (2) an article word count; and (3) your current work address, phone number, email address, and CV.