Communication Law Review is published annually. The editorial board encourages submissions of scholarly articles.
The primary focus of the Communication Law Review is on freedom of expression issues to include but not limited to research that considers such areas as legal communication education, the study of legal rhetoric, emerging concepts in internet law, copyright concerns, communication in the practice of law, censorship issues, private constraints on communication behavior, free speech and culture, and related topics.
Authors should submit their manuscript electronically as a Word file to the editor.
Acceptable style guides include APA, MLA, Bluebook, or Chicago Manual of Style. Indicate which style guide you used when you submit your manuscript.
There is no firm minimum or maximum limits on word count or number of pages.
All submissions will undergo evaluation by anonymous reviewers. Manuscripts should not be under review by another publication.
Graduate students as well as faculty are highly encouraged to submit manuscripts.
COPYRIGHT: All authors will retain the copyright of their own work published in the journal. If authors republish their essay elsewhere, we do ask that you acknowledge the journal.
All submissions should be sent to Pat Arneson, Duquesne University, firstname.lastname@example.org