The Campbell Law Review invites article submissions from legal scholars, practitioners, and judges on legal issues of interest for our National/Symposium and North Carolina issues. Articles dealing with notable issues on either the national or state level will be considered, as will articles relevant to our Symposium topic: domestic drone law and policy. Dates for the different issues are listed below but are tentative at this time.
The Campbell Law Review is the flagship publication of Campbell University’s School of Law and has continuously served the legal community with scholarly articles, notes, and comments on a wide range of issues. The journal serves a broad range of readers, with subscribers worldwide. We seek articles that share our goal to educate and inform both the academy and practitioners of significant matters within the legal profession.
If you seek to be published in our National/Symposium issue, please submit your article on federal law, issues of national importance or relating to domestic drone law and policy, by July 24, 2016. The Campbell Law Review anticipates review of several drafts for the National/Symposium issue during late summer 2016. The article will then go through our editing and citation check process, with anticipated publication in December 2016.
NORTH CAROLINA ISSUE
If you seek to be published in our North Carolina issue, please send your submission by October 1, 2016. The Campbell Law Review anticipates review of several drafts for the North Carolina issue during late fall 2016. The article will then go through our editing and citation check process, with anticipated publication in April 2017.
ARTICLE SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Authors interested in publishing are encouraged to submit an article and résumé to email@example.com. As a reference, Campbell Law Review submissions generally range from 10,000 to 30,000 words, including footnotes. Articles will be selected based on the quality of research and writing, as well as the originality of the inquiry and academic contribution.