Answered By: Valerie Weis
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2018     Views: 29

The two popular law review submission tools are ExpressO and Scholastica. These sites allow you to simultaneously submit your manuscript for publication to multiple law reviews.

Individuals can set up accounts with these sites and pay a per journal fee based on the number of journals that your article is submitted to. Scholastica is more expensive than ExpressO but has more of the top tier law school reviews.

The Harvard Law Library has an institutional account that offers a subsidy towards the cost of using ExpressO and Scholastica but you or one of your co-authors must be on faculty at Harvard Law School. If you have a co-author who is on faculty at another law school, you should check to ask your co-author to check to see if their law school or law library offers an institutional subscription.

To set up your individual author account, click on the links below:

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