Call for Submissions: Syracuse Law Review Symposium on State Constitutional Rights

Posted by Daniel Morgan, community karma 27
Hello all:

Syracuse Law Review Vol. 75 is accepting submissions on topics relating to state constitutional protections in the wake of the federal judiciary's retreat on federal constitutional protections.  

We are publishing a symposium book on how state judiciaries and legislatures can respond to the current tone of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Including the broadening of state constitutional rights and how states are restricting them.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions!

Daniel J. Morgan
Editor-in-Chief-elect | Syracuse Law Review, Vol. 75

1 Comment

Kevin Frazier, community karma 4727
Hi Daniel,

Thanks for hosting this important symposium. Can you kindly provide more details about the ideal length of submission as well as how to submit them?


Professor Frazier
2 months ago
Hey Professor Frazier, The ideal length for a submission would be roughly 30-40 pages. The easiest way to submit an article would be on scholastica itself by clicking the "Submit a manuscript" button near the top of the page. If you only wish to submit your manuscript to one law review, search for or scroll to that title and click on it. To limit the list of journals to law reviews, select "Law Reviews" from the "Currently displaying" dropdown menu. Clicking on the title will bring you to another page, where you will need to click the red "Submit Manuscript" button. This will generate a confirmation alert, which you must close to proceed. Alternatively you may make a submission via email. (I will confirm the address and post it under this comment) If you opt into email submission please include a copy of your submission and resume for review. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Very respectfully, Tania
Tania Rivera Bullard – 2 months ago
Tania Rivera Bullard – about 2 months ago
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