The Journal has closed submissions for Volume 28, but will reopen for Volume 29 soon.
The Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy encourages unsolicited submissions. The Journal publishes three issues each year (Fall, Spring, Summer), and submissions are reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis. Footnotes and citations should adhere to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed.). Text should follow the Texas Law Review: Manual on Usage, Style & Editing (13th ed.). Unfortunately, the Journal cannot return submissions. Also, please note that the Journal does not accept submissions from current JD candidates.
- The Journal prefers submissions to be made through Scholastica.
Senior Acquisitions Editor
Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy
Cornell Law School
Myron Taylor Hall
Authors who have received an offer from another journal and who face a response deadline from that other journal may request an expedited review of their submission. To request an expedited review:
Your request should include the following information:
- Author's name
- Author's e-mail address
- Title of the submission
- Other journals that have accepted the submission
- Date by which review is requested