Recall For Submissions - The University of Toledo Law Review

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The Toledo Law Review is currently accepting a select number of submissions for the 2022-2023 cycle. Please send submissions through Scholastica, and include a manuscript, CV, and any other attachments as both Word and PDF files. Similarly, you may submit your manuscript, CV, and any other attachments to Please contact for direct questions. 

Please visit our website (, our Twitter (@ToledoLRev), or our LinkedIn to learn more about our Editors, Staff, updates, and upcoming articles. 

Published three times per year, the Toledo Law Review provides meaningful discourse for professors, judges, practitioners, and students. Each issue is specifically formatted and organized to maximize impact, relevancy, and continuity. 

The Toledo Law Review is operated and edited purely by students of the University of Toledo College of Law. The Toledo Law Review boasts itself in its ability to timely communicate with authors, expedite the publication process, and provides authors with two occasions to accept/review/decline changes before publication. 

As the Toledo Law Review is a general interest publication, we accept articles on a variety of topics. 

The Toledo Law Review was established in 1968 and has proven itself as it is one of the most-cited journals in the Ohio-Michigan-Indiana tri-state area. Further, the Toledo Law Review prides itself in maintaining a reputation of excellence, professionalism, and standard-setting in the industry.