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Copyright

Unless otherwise indicated, each article, essay, comment, or other work published in an Emory Law journal is copyrighted by its author(s). Also unless otherwise indicated, the authors and the journal grant permission to reproduce and distribute for nonprofit educational uses material published in the journal, provided that: (1) in the case of copies distributed in class, students are charged no more than the cost of duplication; (2) the copied work is identified in accordance with the rules set forth in the current edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation; and (3) proper notice of copyright is affixed to each copy. For permission to reproduce and distribute any work published in an Emory Law journal for other purposes, contact the work's author(s). All such reproduction must identify the author(s), the journal, the volume, the number of the first page, and the year of the work's publication in the journal.

Subscription Rates for 2020–2021

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All prices include postage. Only USD accepted in check form. Make check payable to Emory University, attention Rhonda Heermans. Credit card payments are also accepted. Please contact the Journal Office at lawpublications@emory.edu for processing. Agent discount is 10%. Prepayment is required. Subscriptions begin only at the first issue of a volume. New subscription payments made after the first issue of a volume ships will be applied to the next volume. Subscriptions may be cancelled at any time. Refunds are not available. Claims must be submitted to the journal within twelve months of an issue’s publication. Back issues are available from William S. Hein & Co., 2350 North Forest Road, Getzville, NY 14068 USA; +1 800.828.7571; mail@wshein.com.

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Write-On Competitions

Transfer Student Competition

The Write-On Competition consists of a Casenote, Bluebook Quiz, and Personal Statement. Students transferring to Emory Law after their first year are eligible to participate in the Competition. These students must participate during the summer before their second year. 

Information about the Competition will be emailed directly to transfer students in the summer of 2020.

The 2020 Transfer Student Competition starts at 9:00 AM EDT, Monday, July 20.
The 2020 Transfer Student Competition ends at 11:59 PM EDT, Friday, July 31.

1L Competition

The 2020 1L Write-On Competition is closed. Information about next year's competition will be available in Spring 2021.

The Competition is open to all first-year JD students who will be entering their second year in Fall 2021.

The Write-On Competition is not open to Accelerated JD (AJD) students.

  • The Write-On Information Packet is available here.
  • The recorded Write-On Information Session is available here.

General Information

For questions about the logistics of the Competition, please email writeonhelp2020@gmail.com.

For questions about a specific journal, please email the respective Editor-in-Chief.