The Tulane Law Review is committed to providing a forum for robust analysis on the evolution of the law within Louisiana and on the Review’s masthead topics. In that vein, Tulane Law Review Online provides timely discussion of recent legal developments.

Tulane Law Review Online welcomes two kinds of submissions from academics, judges, practitioners, and law students.  Formal Responses are scholarly reactions to an Article appearing in the Tulane Law Review. We will only accept submissions of this type for Articles appearing within the last three volumes of the Review (or with an abstract appearing on this website).

Beginning August 1, 2016, Tulane Law Review Online will also accept Online Essays that discuss recent developments pertaining either to Louisiana law or to one of the Review‘s three masthead topics: Civil Law, Comparative Law and Admiralty Law. These articles need not respond to an article published in the printed version of the Review.

Both Formal Responses and Online Essays may be submitted through Scholastica or via e-mail at submissions@tulanelawreview.org. Questions regarding submissions may also be directed to this e-mail address. Those interested in submitting a Formal Response may also use the form appearing under the corresponding article on this site.

If submitting via e-mail, please include sufficient identifying information for your piece, including the corresponding article title for a Formal Response or the topic covered for an Online Essay. Please also submit your piece as an attachment (Microsoft Word is preferred). Submissions in the body of the e-mail will not be considered.

Formal Responses and Online Essays are intended to be shorter works, so please attempt to limit submissions to less than 3,000 words.

Tulane Law Review Online is an extension of the print journal. As a result, we will consider for publication only those submissions conforming with the rigorous editorial standards the Review has always upheld.

If you would like to submit an Article for consideration in the printed Tulane Law Review, please see the print submission guidelines.

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