Hello! This time of year I get to meet lots of newly elected law review editors, and I'd love to share with them some simple things they can do to improve their relationship with you as a submitting author.
If you can, please share an example from your experience about how a law review has made your submission to them slightly less angst-filled.
I usually recommend things like prioritizing timely decisions and responding to all author inquiries, but it would be powerful to have some concrete, anecdotal examples to share from real authors like yourselves. :)
Any suggestions you can offer are appreciated.
Best of luck with your submission!