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    St. Thomas Law Review is currently reviewing submissions for publication in the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 issues of Volume 34. St. Thomas Law Review (STLR) publishes two volumes per year, including a symposium issue in the Spring.

    STLR invites the submission of manuscripts on topics of interest to the legal community. To submit your article for consideration, please submit your manuscript along with any cover letter, abstract, or author CV directly to the Articles Solicitation Editor at KNiser@stu.edu or lawrev@stu.edu. STLR also publishes essays, notes, blogs, book review, compendia, and other shorter pieces to the STLR Forum, an online component to the print journal. STLR accepts submissions year-round on a rolling basis, until all publication spots are filled.

    STLR is no longer accepting submissions for Volume 33. Submissions are open for Volume 34. 

    Email

    The path to publishing begins with an email

    Correspondence may be addressed to:

    Articles Solicitation Editor
    Daniel A. Gabuardi (DGabuardi@stu.edu)

    St. Thomas Law Review
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    Miami Gardens, FL 33054-6459
    +1 (305) 623-2380

    Print

    Print Submission Criteria

    STLR has a preference for accepting manuscripts between 20 and 30 pages, with a minimum of 100 footnotes, strong writing, well-reasoned analysis, and accurate footnote citations.

    • All text should be double spaced.
    • Manuscripts should be formatted in Microsoft Word version 6.0 or greater.
    • Footnotes should be single spaced and conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020).

    Online

    Online Submission Criteria

    Although STLR Forum submissions standards for online publication are less formal, excellence in authorship is always desired.

    Web

    Web Submission Criteria

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