Ohio State Business Law Journal Online (“OSBLJ Online”) is the online portion of the Ohio State Business Law Journal—a student-managed publication at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.
OSBLJ Online aims to provide an easy-to-access and reader-friendly platform for law students, professionals, practitioners, and business professionals to publish and read articles that are targeted at the recent events in business law. OSBLJ Online welcomes submissions from all members of the business law community.
We are currently soliciting content for our current issue as well as future issues.
How to Submit
Via Scholastica or Via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach a resume or CV with your submissions. Cover letters are optional but preferred.
We accept articles in business and commercial law concerning U.S. federal law, international law, and Ohio state laws.
Law practitioners, law makers, law school professors and students, business professionals, business school professors and students.
Each issue of OSBLJ Online will be composed of two types of essays with two length requirements:
“Perspectives” are short essays discussing recent business law related events or legal decisions from an analytical, innovative angle. A “Perspectives” article should generally be under 1500 words (excluding footnotes) with analysis on events that took place within the last 6 months.
“Articles” are longer essays with a word count of 2000 to 5000, excluding footnotes. We accept articles in business and commercial law concerning U.S. federal law, international law, and the state laws of Ohio.
The most recent edition of the Bluebook.
OSBLJ Online will only be published in electronic format and made available to the public on https://moritzlaw.osu.edu/osblj/.