Wisconsin Law Review
The Wisconsin Law Review accepts submissions via email with CV and cover letter attached to email@example.com or via the Scholastica online submission service.
The Wisconsin Law Review is currently not accepting submissions. We will reopen for submissions during the Summer of 2023. Please contact our Senior Articles Editor, Danielle Johnson, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Wisconsin Law Review Forward
The Wisconsin Law Review Forward accepts submissions through Scholastica Online Submission Service as well as our WLR Forward Submission Form.
We are currently closed for submissions. We will likely reopen submissions in August 2023.
Expedited requests for the Wisconsin Law Review are accepted exclusively through Scholastica.
Generally, we require seven (7) days’ notice to conduct an expedited review, although we may need longer depending upon the number of requests.
The Wisconsin Law Review seeks articles that address timely and relevant legal topics of state, national or international significance. Text and citations must conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020) and the Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed. 2017). The Wisconsin Law Review gives preference to articles of 30,000 words or less, including text and footnotes.
The Wisconsin Law Review does not accept submissions from law students enrolled at other schools. Space for student-authored works is reserved for Wisconsin Law Review Members and current University of Wisconsin Law School students. Wisconsin Law Review Forward accepts and welcomes student submissions that conform to its standard submission criteria.
Print publication questions should be emailed to the Senior Articles Editor, Danielle Johnson, at email@example.com.
Online publication questions should be emailed to the Senior Online Editor, Trager Metge, at firstname.lastname@example.org.