Nova Southeastern University’s (“NSU”) Shepard Broad College of Law and the Nova Law Review seek submissions for the General Book. The Nova Law Review serves judges, practitioners, scholars, and students by publishing outstanding legal scholarship and enhancing the intellectual climate of the Shepard Broad College of Law. Through its collaboration with the legal community, the Nova Law Review provides timely and thought-provoking commentary from judges, legal practitioners, law professors, and select students. The Nova Law Review’s General Book continues to be a platform of change and progress in the legal community. Important topics published in the Nova Law Review’s General Book include:
- Moving The Focus Away From The IQ Score Towards The Subjective Assessment Of Adaptive Functioning: The Effect Of The Dsm-5 On The Post-Atkins Categorical Exemption Of Offenders With Intellectual Disability From The Death Penalty
- Check "Mate": Australia's Gun Law Reform Presents The United States With The Challenge To Safeguard Their Citizens From Mass Shootings
- Walking the Regulatory Tightrope: Balancing Bullies’ Free Speech Rights Against the Rights of Victims to Be Let Alone When Regulating Off Campus K-12 Student Cyber-speech
- When Did Scrooge Become a Role Model? Why Criticism of America's National Debt Is Misplaced
The Nova Law Review invites academics, scholars, practitioners, post graduate students, and stakeholders to submit proposals for the General Book. Articles published in the General Book could provide relevant and timely commentary on issues relating, but not limited to immigration, education, drug rehabilitation, and other issues adjoining the law.
Submission Requirements: All articles submitted to the Nova Law Review for publication must meet and include the following requirements.
– Name and affiliation of authors and co-authors
– Title of the article
- 15-page minimum page length
- 1-inch margins
- 11-point font
- Times New Roman font type
- Footnote citations
Submissions & Important Dates:
Please submit materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Abstract with Final Draft of Article: January 6, 2022
- Estimated Publish Date: Beginning of Spring 2023 Semester
For more information, please contact:
- Annie O’Leary, Editor-in-Chief, at email@example.com.
- Carline Vidal, Lead Articles Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.