Cardozo Law Review’s online companion journal, de•novo, is seeking submissions for an immigration-related symposium issue.
Each year, Cardozo Law Review de•novo sponsors an online symposium and publishes participants’ papers in a dedicated symposium section of the de•novo website. This year, the de•novo symposium topic will focus on immigration and sanctuary cities in the United States. We have left the topic as broad as possible to permit flexibility for authors.
We are currently seeking authors who are interested in contributing an 8–15 page paper to our symposium. While we set the general topic for the symposium, and will edit manuscripts according to the conventions of the 20th Edition Bluebook, we leave full discretion to the author as to the article’s argument and voice. In addition to being published on our website, all articles published in Cardozo Law Review de•novo are accessible on WestLaw and Lexis.
If you are interested in submitting a paper for the symposium, please send your manuscript to: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 31st, 2017. We intend to publish the selected symposium papers in August 2017.
About Cardozo Law Review de•novo:
De•novo is an interdisciplinary online companion journal to the Cardozo Law Review, and it aims to foster debate within the legal community through the publication of shorter, more targeted pieces regarding both theoretical and practical topics.