The George Mason Law Review is seeking submissions for our Spring 2021 issue. We hope to focus the issue on the intersection of race and the law in the United States. At this time of national reflection and hard discussions, we want to amplify traditionally underrepresented voices and authors. To that end, we would like professors, judges, practitioners, and scholars writing about the confluence of race the law to submit their work.
We aim to publish 3-5 full length (12,000+ words) articles in May 2021. Manuscripts would be due by December 21, 2020. We will be accepting submissions until November 1, 2020.
Interested authors should either submit their articles through Scholastica or email them directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org