Emory Law's journals feature the legal scholarship of professors, practitioners, heads of state, and students from throughout the country and around the world.
Published since 1984 and the only student-run bankruptcy journal in the United States, the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal provides a forum for research, debate, and information for practitioners, scholars, and the public. The EBDJ also hosts a symposium in the spring. EBDJ »
The Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review explores the relationship between the corporation and its stakeholders in the United States and abroad. This online-only publication addresses issues of who the relevant stakeholders are and how far corporate responsibility to them should extend. ECGAR »
The student-run Emory International Law Review enjoys a worldwide reputation as a leader in international scholarship. The print and online EILR publishes articles on subjects ranging from human rights to international intellectual property issues to freedom of religion and belief. EILR »
Founded in 1952 as the Journal of Public Law, the student-edited Emory Law Journal has been publishing academic, professional, and student-authored pieces on the full range of legal subjects since 1978. ELJ publishes six issues of legal scholarship along with ELJ Online, its online companion. ELJ also hosts the Randolph W. Thrower Symposium in the spring semester, bringing together legal scholars from across the country to discuss timely legal topics. ELJ »
IP Theory, founded in 2010 at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, is an online, peer-edited, open-access intellectual property law publication. In 2013, Emory Law joined as a partner of the publication. Neither law journal nor blog, it occupies a niche between the two. It serves as a new forum for essays and opinion pieces that are more concise than typical law journal articles, as well as book and other literature reviews. IPT »
The Journal of Law and Religion is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal edited by the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, with student participation, and published in collaboration with Cambridge University Press. Since 1982, JLR has been the leading academic journal publishing interdisciplinary and interfaith scholarship at the the intersection of law and religion. In 2013, JLR became an Emory-edited journal. JLR »
1L Write-On Competition
If you are interested in participating in the 2016 1L Write-On Competition, you must fill out the form below and attend the mandatory meeting at 12:15 p.m. on Monday, April 4, 2016.
Competition guidelines will be emailed to you at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, May 2, 2016 (or 9:00 a.m. on Monday, May 9, 2016, for Round 2). If you have not received the packet by 9:30 a.m., please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Round 2 is only available to students who are volunteering with the Trial Techniques program.
In addition to our four student-run law journals, you have one more option. You may also apply to serve as a staff member on the peer-reviewed interdisciplinary Journal of Law & Religion. Any student interested in the Journal of Law and Religionmust contact Managing Editor Silas Allard for application instructions. Applications to JLR will be due by 11:59 p.m. on May 1. Students may apply to JLR and compete in the Write-On Competition; however, you will only receive an offer from one journal. Silas Allard can be reached at email@example.com.
For questions about the logistics of the competition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about specific journals, please email the respective Editor-in-Chief.
- EBDJ: Jake Jumbeck, email@example.com »
- ECGAR: Nicholas Torres, firstname.lastname@example.org »
- EILR: Melanie Papadopoulos, email@example.com »
- ELJ: Nathan North, firstname.lastname@example.org »
- JLR: Silas Allard, email@example.com »
Write-On Competition Submission Instructions for Round 1
Round 1 submissions are due by 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 13, 2016. Submissions will not be accepted after 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 13. Any submission received after 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 13 will not be considered.
Write-On Competition Submission Instructions for Round 2
Round 2 submissions are due by 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 20, 2016. Submissions will not be accepted after 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 20. Any submission received after 12:00 NOON EDT on Friday, May 20 will not be considered.
Transfer Student Journal Competition
Information about the 2016 Transfer Write-on Competition will be announced over the summer.
Subscription Rates for 2015–2016
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All prices include postage. Only USD accepted in check form. Make check payable to Emory University. Agent discount is 10%. Prepayment is required. New subscription payments made after the first issue of a volume ships will be applied to the next volume. Subscriptions begin only at the first issue of a 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.
Please send orders, claim requests, and general inquiries to the Director of Student Publications at the above address or firstname.lastname@example.org »
Emory Law Journal
- www.law.emory.edu/elj »
- ISSN: 0094-4076
- Published six times annually on an academic calendar. Volume 65 will be published September 2015–August 2016. Current and archive issues available online at no cost.
Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal
- www.law.emory.edu/ebdj »
- ISSN: 0890-7862
- Published semi-annually on an academic calendar. Volume 32 will be published September 2015–August 2016. Current and archive issues available online at no cost.
Emory International Law Review
- www.law.emory.edu/eilr »
- ISSN: 1052-2850
- Published semi-annually on an academic calendar. Volume 30 will be published September 2015–August 2016. Current and archive issues available online at no cost.