Now Accepting Submissions
Thank you for your interest in the UCLA Law Review. We are now accepting submissions for the fall cycle of Volume 68. Please review the following instructions. We will continue to accept submissions until April 2019.
The UCLA Law Review prefers articles between 10,000 and 25,000 words in length (including footnotes). We do not publish articles exceeding 35,000 words except in extraordinary circumstances. Works shorter than 10,000 words can be submitted to Discourse, our online publication.
The UCLA Law Review only reviews articles submitted electronically via Scholastica (preferred) or by mail as a hard copy. Email submissions are not reviewed.
If you choose to submit a hard copy, please mail your submission to:
UCLA Law Review
UCLA School of Law
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1476
The Review Process
The Articles Department attempts to review every article within eight weeks of its receipt.
If you have received an offer from another journal and wish to request expedited review, please use Scholastica's expedite feature. If you submitted a hard copy, please email us at email@example.com to request expedited review. We will do our best to review your piece by your expedite request deadline. If the deadline changes, please update the expedite date through Scholastica as soon as possible.
Withdrawing Your Submission
If you accept an offer of admission from another journal, please use Scholastica to withdraw your submission to the UCLA Law Review as soon as possible. If you submitted a hard copy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to withdraw your submission.
Offer of Publication
The Chief Articles Editor will contact you by phone and/or email with an offer of publication. Once you accept the UCLA Law Review’s offer, we expect you to withdraw all other submissions.
The author receives 25 free reprints of the article. To order additional reprints, visit Ordering and Subscription page.
For information on UCLA Law Review's republication policy, see Republication Permissions.