Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Who runs this journal?
A: This journal is organized and maintained by law school students that receive credit for their work on the journal.
Q: Can I subscribe to this journal?
A: Yes, a subscription costs $12 in the US and shipping and handling is $2. For more information on the subscription process go to the following webpage: http://www.lawandpsychologyreview.org/index.php?page=submissions.
Q: Do I have to be a lawyer in order to submit to articles to this journal?
A: No. Individuals from any discipline that are able to write an article that discusses the integration of law and psychology concepts is welcome to submit to the journal. Please remember that the use of the Bluebook is required.
Q: How long does my article need to be?
A: There is not a length requirement for the journal. However, lead articles are usually between twenty and thirty pages.
Q: How long does it take to review an article?
A: A submission should be reviewed within 30 days of its receipt. If you have not heard any correspondence from the journal after you have submitted an article for review, please send another copy.
Q: What is the preferred method of submissions?
A: The journal prefers to receive digital copies of articles. They can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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