Call for Submissions
Special Issue on Appellate Issues in and around Indian Country
Journal of Appellate Practice & Process is currently accepting
submissions for Volume 23, Issue 1, to be published in late 2022/early 2023.
issue will focus on appellate issues in and around Indian Country. We welcome articles on appellate practice in
Tribal Courts, articles exploring Tribal sovereignty and appellate justice,
articles that explore jurisdictional questions raised by recent U.S. Supreme Court
decisions, and other essays or articles addressing appellate practice issues in
and around Indian Country. We welcome articles by academics, judges, and
and articles should not exceed 15,000 words in length. Please submit all papers
to Prof. Tessa L. Dysart (firstname.lastname@example.org) by June 1,
2022. Acceptances will be emailed by
August 1, 2022.
Journal of Appellate Practice and Process is a professionally edited Journal
that focuses on appellate law topics. According to HeinOnline, it is the “the
only scholarly law journal to focus exclusively on issues, practices, and
procedures of appellate court systems, both federal and state, both American
and international.” It “provides a forum for creative thought and dialogue
about the operation of appellate courts and their influence on the development
of the law.”
its founding in 1999, The Journal has published scores of important articles.
Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist and Justices John Paul Stevens and Stephen
G. Breyer have written for The Journal. So
influential is the Journal that courts often refer to it in their opinions,
with over 100 citations in 2019 alone.
Journal moved to the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in
June 2020. It is edited in partnership with the National Institute for Trial
Advocacy. You can find out more about the Journal at www.appellatejournal.com.