Megan Porter
(Graduate Student)

Capital University Law School

Law Review, Executive Articles Editor

constitutional law, criminal law, contract law, criminal procedure, legal theory, international law, environmental law, gender and the law, evidence, civil procedure, property law, legal education, intellectual property law, patent law, copyright law, juvenile law, civil rights, human rights, oil and gas, oil and gas law, criminal, constitutional, contract, property, corporate law, patent, philosophy and law, international human rights law, crisis intervention in law enforcement, access law, monetary law, legal practice, legal professions, •legal research and writing, legal ethics, wage and hour, wage inequality, law & gender, energy and climate policy, human trafficking, cruel and unusual punishment, free speech, csli, bindover, prison, solitary confinement, administrative segregation, clean air act, air pollution, pollution, green house gases, sex trafficking, child sex trafficking, juvenile justice, juvenile life without parole, juvenile court, corrections, pesticides, abortion, iep, ieps, education law, children with special needs, special education, health law, due process, substantive due process

About Me

My name is Megan Porter and I am the Executive Articles Editor for Capital University Law Review. We are currently seeking manuscripts for Volume 53 and invite your submissions for our consideration.

You may submit your manuscripts through the Scholastica website or by email to us directly at Please attach your (1) resume, (2) cover letter, and (3) manuscript. If you have published with our Law Review in the past, please let us know that information as well. 

Our school is located at 303 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH 43215. We can be reached via email at 


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