Submissions

The Review of Litigation is seeking submissions of articles, comments, or reviews relating to modern litigation issues for publication in The Review, our printed publication, and The Brief, our new online publication. The Brief  also seeks response pieces to articles published within The Brief.


Electronic Submissions

The Review of Litigation accepts electronic submissions.

Please send all electronic submissions to trolprintsubmissions@gmail.com
or trolonlinesubmissions@gmail.com.

The Review of Litigation also reviews articles submitted through Scholastica.

Hard Copy Submissions

Please send all hard copy submissions to:
Chief Articles Editor
The Review of Litigation
The University of Texas School of Law
727 East Dean Keeton Street
Austin, Texas 78705

We regret that we are unable to return manuscripts submitted by hard copy.


Article Specifics for The Review

Topic: The Review publishes articles addressing issues relevant to modern litigation. We seek articles that advance academic scholarship and address the practical issues affecting litigators and judges. We prefer to focus upon arguments, issues, and points of view that have not yet received national attention, but would be helpful to lawyers situated throughout the country.

Length: The Review seeks articles ranging from 30-60 pages. However, The Review considers every article on its own merits and does not discriminate either for or against any article based on length.

Deadline: The Review publishes Winter and Spring issues, and accepts submissions on a rolling basis.

Review Period: We try to respond to submissions within three weeks of receiving them. Each submission will be subjected to a rigorous and thorough review and preemption check. Therefore, a response may be delayed.

If an article has been accepted by another journal, please request expedited review by emailing us at trolprintsubmissions@gmail.com. Please provide your name, the name of your article, and the name of the journal that has offered you publication, and we will attempt to comply with your request as soon as possible. 


Article Specifics for The Brief

Topic: The Brief publishes articles with a variety of content types touching on modern litigation issues. This might include how the Rules of Evidence apply to things such as social media, search histories, cell phone records, or include other analysis on new and evolving topics. The Brief  also seeks response pieces to the articles published online.

Length: The Brief seeks articles ranging from 5–20 pages. In particular, we are seeking concise, well-written, and timely pieces that will be helpful to practitioners throughout the county.

Deadline: The Brief publishes online articles throughout the year, and accepts submissions on a rolling basis.

Review Period: We try to respond to submissions within three weeks of receiving them. Each submission will be subjected to a rigorous and thorough review and preemption check. Therefore, a response may be delayed.

If an article has been accepted by another journal please request expedited review by emailing us at trolonlinesubmissions@gmail.com. Please provide your name, the name of your article, and the name of the journal that has offered you publication, and we will attempt to comply with your request as soon as possible.