The UCLA Law Review publishes articles and student-written comments. Pieces are accepted from any non-student author for consideration as an article, while comment submissions are accepted only from current members of the UCLA School of Law.
Why Publish With the UCLA Law Review?
- The UCLA Law Review is currently the 9th most cited legal periodical in the country.
- Our editorial process enables authors to publish pieces of the highest quality. Each article goes through multiple rounds of substantive and formatting edits. This process is designed to provide authors a comprehensive review of all aspects of their manuscript; however, authors always retain the ability to make final decisions about their work.
- Our members are highly qualified and highly committed. Both staff members and editors are selected on the basis of an anonymous performance-based test, their proven dedication, and their commitment to the excellence of the Law Review.
- The Law Review consistently meets its production deadlines. This means that articles concerning timely issues remain timely.
- The Law Review has access to the Law School’s Empirical Research Group. The ERG is available to review an author’s empirical work should the author express interest in this service.
- The Law Review is committed to selecting cutting-edge scholarship from a wide range of legal fields. Thus, each article we publish will be surrounded by other articles at the forefront of their respective disciplines.