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Allen Rostron & Nacy Levit, Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals
Discusses methods for submitting, requesting an expedited review of, and withdrawing an article. Covers 199 law reviews. Also indicates whether journals accept submissions by ExpressO or Scholastica or both.
ORCID at SMU
ORCID is a unique and persistent identifier for researchers. Your ORCID iD is yours throughout your career, no matter where you work, who funds you, whether your name or field of research changes, or if your name appears in different forms in different places.
Permits faculty to submit manuscripts to participating law journals. Law school pays $6.50 per submission. To use, contact Greg Ivy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SSRN Submission Form
An open-access repository for working, accepted, and published papers from various social science disciplines including law. The library can help you submit articles to SSRN. Contact SSRN Coordinator, Marja Pietilainen-Rom, email@example.com, or fill out the form.
Scholarly Impact Analysis and Ranking