Posted by Ashlee Hamilton,
The National Black Law Journal is currently accepting submissions for Volume 27. The Journal’s founders sought to provide a forum for providing a theoretical framework for practical daily application of Black legal ideas and concepts. NBLJ has aimed to build on this tradition by publishing articles that make a substantive contribution to current dialogue taking place around issues such as affirmative action, employment law, the criminal justice system, community development, and labor issues as they pertain to and affect Black people. The Journal has a commitment to publish articles that inspire new thought, explore new alternatives, and contribute to current jurisprudential stances. We look forward to reviewing your work!