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SUBMISSIONS

GENERAL DENVER LAW REVIEW ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS 

The Denver Law Review publishes four issues per year. Articles may be submitted through Scholastica, electronically, or hard copy pursuant to the instructions below. We invite article submissions from professors, practitioners, judges, and law clerks. We do not consider article submissions from unaffiliated law students. 

PROCESS FOR SUBMITTING ARTICLES TO PRINT JOURNAL

Articles may be submitted by either electronic or hard-copy format. We primarily accept electric submissions through Scholastica  here. (https://dlr.scholasticahq.com/for-authors). Otherwise, electronic submissions should be sent to lawrev@law.du.edu.

Hard-copy submissions should be addressed to: 

Denver Law Review

Attention: Senior Articles Editor

University of Denver Sturm College of Law

2255 E. Evans Avenue 

Suite 425 

Denver, CO 80208. 

SUBMIT CONTENT FOR OUR SPECIALIZED TENTH CIRCUIT ISSUE
 

In March and April of each year, we solicit for our "Recent Developments in the Tenth Circuit" issue. The Denver Law Review devotes its second issue to topics of special interest for the Tenth Circuit, written by professors, practitioners, judges, and law clerks on topics that have particular importance in the Tenth Circuit and its constituent states. 

Interested authors should submit a proposal topic to: 

Kenneth Landers, Tenth Circuit Articles Editor, Vol. 102

klanders25@law.du.edu

Proposals are being accepted for 2024-2025.

GUIDELINES FOR EACH SUBMISSION

All articles should follow the guidelines below:

  1. Submissions should range between 13,000 and 25,000 words without footnotes.

  2. Article submissions should be in Times New Roman, font size 12.

  3. File formats should be either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF.

  4. Footnotes should comply with The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020).

  5. Please include an abstract of not more than 150 words.

  6. Please include a current résumé or curriculum vitae. 

  7. All submissions must include a cover letter, which should have the following: 

  • Title of the manuscript;

  • E-mail address;

  • A mailing address; and

  • Telephone number easily reached

REVIEW PROCESS

We solicit for Issue 1 beginning on February 1st and for Issue 3 beginning August 1st. While we do consider manuscripts throughout the year, please allow more time for review and for any expedited requests.

Upon either electronic, hard-copy, or Scholastica submission, allow at least 20 days for review.

Our Tenth Circuit Articles Editor, Kenneth Landers (klanders25@law.du.edu), directly solicits articles for Issue 2. Our Symposium Editor, Julian Lafaurie Hammes (jlafauriehammes25@law.du.edu), directly solicits articles for Issue 4.

EXPEDITED REQUESTS 

An expedited request must include the following information:

  • ​The date which an answer is required

  • Author's name

  • Name of the journal(s) offering publication 

Offers of Publication: Authors selected for publication will be notified by e-mail confirming the offer to publish. Once accepted, authors will then work exclusively with the Editor in Chief and the Senior Articles Editor throughout the publication process. The close relationship with the author allows for superior editing and efficiency. 

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