Call for Papers: Syracuse Law Review's Symposium on Election Law, Campaign Finance, and Voting Rights

Posted by Dennis W. Polio, community karma 37
Syracuse Law Review's Volume 66 will be hosting a Political Law Symposium. Authors who have work within this category are encouraged to submit their pieces to Syracuse Law Review through Scholastica or through email to

The Syracuse Law Review plans to partner with Syracuse Political Law Society to co-sponsor an ongoing speaker series in association with this symposium. Authors will be able to speak at Syracuse University College of Law followed by questions and conversation with interested students and faculty. This series is strictly optional for our authors, with potential funding for dining, travel, and lodging.

The Syracuse Law Review has been publishing legal scholarship since 1949 and is the flagship student-run publication at Syracuse University College of Law. Its longstanding goal has been to provide distinguished scholarly works that address timely and intriguing issues within the legal community. The Syracuse Law Review has featured many distinguished authors such as J. Edgar Hoover, Janet Reno, and Justice Clarence Thomas. It publishes four issues within every volume, the fourth of which is the renowned “Survey of New York Law.” In addition, two or three student notes written by members of the Editorial Staff are selected for publication in each of the first three issues of every volume. The Syracuse Law Review continues to attract notable authors and contributors while exemplifying top-rate legal scholarship.

Please submit your piece before Friday, October 9th at 5:00pm ET. If you have any questions about the upcoming symposium or about Syracuse Law Review, please contact Dennis W. Polio at

Thank you for your interest in Syracuse Law Review.