Volume 87 of the Tulane Law Review is now open for submissions. Thank you for your interest in publishing with the Tulane Law Review.
About the Tulane Law Review
For our masthead topics - the civil law, comparative law, and admiralty - the Review is recognized as a preeminent student-edited forum for scholarly publication. We are #1 in citations by courts and #2 in citations by other journals for comparative law. The Review is also #1 in citations by both courts and other journals for admiralty. We are the leading domestic student-edited voice on the civil law. We are on a select list of minimum holdings for courts and law libraries in the United Kingdom and have a wide European readership.
The reputation of our generalist scholarship is similar. The Review is ranked #27 among journals in citations by courts and #36 among journals in citations by other journals. These rankings translate into the top 4% for journals with at least one citation by a court and top 6% for journals with at least one citation by other journals.
Please review our formatting guidelines before submitting your piece. We prefer articles less than 25,000 words, in accordance with the Harvard Law Review's Joint Statement on article length.
We prefer to receive article submissions electronically through ExpressO or by email at TLRvolume87@gmail.com. Please be sure to include your article, cover letter, and CV as attachments if you submit via email.
Hard Copy Submission
If you wish to submit a hard copy of your manuscript, please mail it to: Lindsay Calhoun, Senior Articles Editor for Volume 87, Tulane Law Review, Tulane Law School, 6329 Freret St., New Orleans, LA 70118-6231.
Due to the volume of articles we receive, hard copies cannot be returned.
If you have received an offer of publication from another law review, you may request an expedited review by e-mailing the senior articles editor r or if you submitted through ExpressO, by use of its expedite system.
Tulane Law Review Licensing Agreement
Tulane Law Review License Agreement