Submissions

The Administrative Law Review endeavors to be a forum for views on developments pertaining to administrative law, the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, and other information of interest and use to its members and other readers.

The Administrative Law Review welcomes the submission of original articles, comments, book reviews, and case studies. Manuscripts should be double-spaced and in Times New Roman font. We require footnotes (rather than endnotes) and conformity to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th Edition) published by The Harvard Law Review Association.

Submit manuscripts to us electronically (preferred) or by mail.


Article Submissions Guidelines

Please submit manuscripts to the Administrative Law Review electronically (preferred) or by regular mail. Manscripts should be accompanied by a CV and a cover letter. The ALR uses two electronic submission services, ExpressO (http://law.bepress.com/expresso/) and LexOpus (https://lawlib.wlu.edu/lexopus/index.aspx), and also accepts direct submissions at alr.eic@wcl.american.edu. The ALR encourages exclusive submissions and will give review priority to authors who are not simultaneously submitting the work for publication in other journals.


Mailing Address:
 

Editor in Chief
Administrative Law Review
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW., Suite 622
Washington, DC 20016
Telephone: (202) 274-4480
Fax: (202) 274-0802
E-mail: alr.eic@wcl.american.edu

 

Recent Developments

The Administrative Law Review is accepting submissions to be considered for publication in the Recent Developments section. Papers should report new, exciting events in administrative law and regulatory practice. Topics may encompass recent events, decisions, or emerging trends which have the potential to change the face and practice of administrative law. The Recent Developments section is intended to update our readership on the latest developments of administrative law and spur discussion within the industry with concise, topical pieces.

Please send submission inquiries to:

alr.srde@wcl.american.edu
or
Senior Recent Developments Editor
Administrative Law Review
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Suite 623
Washington, DC 20016