UCLA Law Asian Pacific American Law Journal Seeks Submissions for Volume 28

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The Asian Pacific American Law Journal (APALJ) at UCLA Law seeks submissions for publication in Volume 28. Submissions should be original articles or comments relating to legal, social, and/or political issues affecting Asian Pacific American communities. 

Example topics of interest include, but are not limited to, Affirmative Action and Asian American Pacific Islander communities, Anti-Asian violence, Immigration Law and API communities, Asian American Pacific Islander Diversity in the Legal Profession, and issues impacting underrepresented Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.  

Anyone working towards or having received a graduate-level degree is invited to submit. APALJ publishes not only traditional law review articles but also book reviews, response pieces, and other academic legal writing. There is no minimum or maximum limit for the number of submissions per author. If you have any questions regarding formatting or content of your comments, please reach out to us at apalj.ucla@gmail.com

To submit your article, please send it electronically to apalj.ucla@gmail.com along with a resume or CV. We will accept submissions on a rolling basis but will dedicate expedited review to those sent prior to 11:59 PM PT on December 15, 2023. Please title the subject of the email "Submission to Volume 28." To view past volumes of our journal, please visit our website https://escholarship.org/uc/uclalaw_apalj or find us on Westlaw.

Submission Guidelines: 

There is no page minimum or limit for consideration. Submissions should be double spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font for the body text and 12-point Times New Roman font for the footnotes, and have 1-inch margins.