New peer-reviewed open access journal from Harvard Law School
June 04, 2008 at 10:48 AM
From the site:
The Journal of Legal Analysis is now accepting submissions. Tentatively scheduled to begin publication in the Fall of 2008, the JLA aspires to publish the best of legal scholarship. The JLA welcomes social scientific research, but will not limit itself to such work. Instead, the journal will publish law-related articles from all disciplinary perspectives.
JLA will be faculty-edited and refereed, and published by the Harvard University Press. It will be available free of charge on the web; hard copies will be available for purchase on demand.
Manuscripts should be sent by email to J. Mark Ramseyer, at email@example.com. Generally, they should not exceed 70 double-spaced pages (12-point type) and should be in Word or pdf. Exclusive submission is required.
Manuscripts may be submitted initially in any citation form. The final published version, however, should cite to books and articles in the standard social-scientific manner--i.e., textual parentheticals with full bibliographic entries at the end of the article. The article should cite to cases and statutes according to A Uniform System of Citation (the blue-book). A detailed style-sheet will be available soon.