Stanford Environmental Law review is making a call for submissions dedicated to analysis of current environment legal issues and policies.
The Stanford Environmental Law Journal provides a great opportunity for Stanford Law students to gain experience in legal editing, whether or not they intend to focus on or have previous background in environmental law or policy.
Current editors have access to the Greenbook, ELJ’s own editing guide, as well as guidance from experienced journal members. ELJ prides itself on a strong commitment to training excellent editors.
HOW TO SUBMIT
- ELJ only accepts electronic submissions via email or Scholastica), preferably in Microsoft Word format. Please direct all email submissions to our Article Review Board Chair.
- While ELJ strongly prefers Microsoft Word format, it will not disqualify a submission in WordPerfect format.
- However, ELJ’s editing process takes place entirely electronically using Microsoft Word; if we accept your article, we will send you edited drafts and expect you to return revised drafts, in Word.
- For a description of how ELJ evaluates articles and the qualities it looks for in submissions, please review its Article Selection Process and Submit via Scholastica
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