The Cumberland Law Review published the first issue in 1970. It is circulated in all fifty states and internationally. The Law Review’s subscribers include practicing attorneys and government, academics, and law libraries. Additionally, the Cumberland Law Review appears in electronic databases, including Westlaw and Lexis. As a testament to its quality, the Law Review has enjoyed citations by the Alabama Supreme Court, all twelve United States courts of appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
On behalf of the Cumberland Law Review, the Acquisitions
Committee is currently seeking submissions for our Volume 51, Issue 2 published during
the 2021 academic year.
Issue 2 is focused on forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution,
Arbitration (binding and non-binding), Mediation, Negotiation etc.
If you have any questions, please email Avery Burns at CLRemail@example.com.
Please submit articles with an abstract and attached CV through Scholastica or directly to
Papers should be no less than 25 pages and 150 footnotes, and no more than 60 pages and 400 footnotes. Papers should be formatted pursuant to academic literature standards. The Bluebook citation method should be utilized for footnote text. All submissions should be Microsoft Word files, double spaced, in Times New Roman font.