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Publishing Articles in Law Reviews and Journals: How Should I Submit my Article?

Creating your ExpressO Account

The Taggart Law Library provides ExpressO subscriptions for students and faculty. To sign up for a free ExpressO account:

  1. Follow the link above and click the orange "Start Your Sumbission" button
  2. Click the red "Sign Up" button on the right side of the screen
  3. Fill out your information and click "Sign Up"
  4. You should receive an email confirming your new ExpressO account

Law Journal Submission Services

Some law journals allow submissions directly to their email addresses, while others require the use of third party submission services (e.g. ExpressO or Scholastica). Below, we have links to two third party submission services, one list of direct emails on the ONU website, and one article containing information regarding almost every law journal. If you are unsure of the journal's preferred submission method, please check their website or Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews and Journals link below.

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Dustin Johnston-Green
Tilton Hall of Law
Room 136