Call for Papers: Plastic Pollution
The Tulane Environmental Law Journal is currently accepting
submissions focused on plastic pollution. Please contact our Senior
Articles Editor, Paul Tilley, to submit an article for consideration.
Note: We do not accept submissions from current law students.
How to Submit
The Tulane Environmental Law Journal encourages authors to submit completed articles to the Articles Editor via e-mail. We also accept articles via regular mail, although authors may wish to send their manuscripts via UPS or FedEx to avoid mail delays in New Orleans. Hard copy manuscripts cannot be returned.
E-mail Submissions: Paul Tilley, Senior Articles Editor
Mail Submissions:Tulane Environmental Law Journal
Attn: Paul Tilley, Senior Articles Editor
6329 Freret Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Format for Submissions
Electronic manuscript submissions must be in Microsoft Word or Word Perfect format. Submissions by mail should include one copy of the manuscript along with a computer disk copy, formatted for use with Microsoft Word or Word Perfect. Authors should also submit a curriculum vitae.
Articles should be no more than 25,000 words in length and citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (19th ed. 2010). Except where the context suggests otherwise, the TELJ follows the guidelines set forth in The Gregg Reference Manual by William A. Sabin (10th ed. 2005).
The Tulane Environmental Law Journal requires authors who have been accepted for publication to agree to the terms of our license agreement. Please download a PDF file of our standard license agreement and review its terms before submitting your manuscript.
Editorial operations of The Tulane Environmental Law Journal are conducted by utilizing Microsoft Word software to produce camera-ready proofs. The Tulane Environmental Law Journal is printed by Joe Christensen, Inc. in Lincoln, Nebraska. Its publication number is ISSN 1057-6857.
TELJ is printed on 100% post-consumer content, recycled, chlorine-free paper.