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Law Review Submissions & Subscriptions

Submissions

Authors should submit articles for submission via either ExpressO or by direct email. Submissions made via email should be formatted in MS Word, or other standard word processing software, and mailed to execeditor.usflr@gmail.com

The submission deadlines for Volume 49 (2014–2015) are:

  • Number 1: April 2014
  • Number 2: August 2014
  • Number 3: October 2014
  • Law Review Forum: Ongoing

Our journal adheres to The Bluebook (19th ed.) citation form.

Student Submissions

The USF Law Review is proud to publish articles from USF law students; however, we do not accept articles for publication from law students at other institutions.

USF law students who wish to submit their article should email their article to execeditor.usflr@gmail.com by the following dates:

  • Number 1: April 2014
  • Number 2: August 2014
  • Number 3: October 2014
  • Law Review Forum: Ongoing

Submitted articles must be of publishable quality. Not only does this mean that it is a well written, thesis-driven article, but also that the footnotes are in near-publishable order, i.e. according to The Bluebook.

Students whose articles are selected for publication will be responsible for collecting their own sources and making these sources available to the Law Review staff as directed.

Subscriptions

A yearly subscription to the University of San Francisco Law Review is $45. A yearly subscription includes three printed issues of the journal and access to the Law Review Forum,  Alternatively, a single issue may be purchased for $15.

If you are interested in a subscription or in purchasing an issue, please send a formal request and a check made payable to the University of San Francisco Law Review to:

Managing Editor
University of San Francisco Law Review
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080

Copyright and Reprints

Educational Use

If an article is being used for an educational purpose, the University of San Francisco Law Review will grant permission for one-time use (for one class, one semester or for one educational presentation) if the specific use of the article is stated, if no profit is being made for the use of the article, and if the Review is given the appropriate copyright recognition.

Business Purpose

If an article is being used for a business purpose, than a fee may be required based on the nature and extent of the use.

Reprint Requests

Please send all reprint requests to:

Editor-In-Chief
University of San Francisco Law Review
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080

Or via e-mail at usflrev@usfca.edu

Article Requests

The University of San Francisco Law Review articles are available through LEXISNEXIS, Westlaw, or through Hein Online.

If you do not have access to these subscriber databases, there will be a $5 processing fee to acquire the article. In the alternative, a volume may be purchased for $15.

Please send all requests with a check made payable to University of San Francisco Law Review to:

Managing Editor
University of San Francisco Law Review
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, 94117-1080