On behalf of the Cumberland Law Review, the Acquisitions Committee is sponsoring a call for papers relating to developments in the field of bioethics. The objective of this call for papers is to solicit well-written articles from legal scholars, practitioners, and interdisciplinary teams that will add value to the discussion surrounding these cutting-edge topics and issues.
The Cumberland Law Review Acquisitions committee welcomes articles on any topic related to bioethics. Suggested topics may include, but are not limited to:
· Legal or policy issues related to IVF technologies.
·The enforceability of selective reduction clauses in gestational carrier agreements.
· Privacy issues related to human genome reporting (from agencies such as 23 and Me).
Accepted papers will be published in the Cumberland Law Review, Volume 49, Issue I—our Fall 2018 issue—as well as published online by leading legal databases including LexisNexis, HeinOnline, and Westlaw. This quick turnaround allows the Law Review to ensure that certain time-sensitive articles do not become moot during the publication process.
Papers should be formatted pursuant to academic
literature standards. The Bluebook
citation method should be utilized for footnote text.
Questions may be addressed to our Acquisitions
Editor, Emily Hopper, at firstname.lastname@example.org.