Albany Law Review Submissions

Founded in 1990, the journal is a student-run publication dedicated to the development of law in relation to science and the growing impact of technology on society. The articles selected for publication are on the « cutting edge » of topics in today`s legal and scientific communities. Membership is offered to students based not only on their performance in a writing contest, but also on those who are at the top of their class after completing their first year. The editorial team participates in workshops and edits submissions, while all members write notes and comments to hone their legal writing, research and group dynamics skills. To contact the newspaper, call 518-445-5855 or email For more information, see: Founded more than 70 years ago, the Albany Law Review publishes critical and analytical articles written by judges, lawyers, law professors, as well as notes and commentaries on legal topics written by members of Law Review and other students at Albany Law School. At the end of the first-year courses, students are invited to join Law Review, either based on their academic reputation or performance, as part of an annual writing competition open to students achieving a cumulative grade point average set by faculty. Membership in Law Review provides students with an exceptional opportunity to develop and refine their skills in legal research, analysis, and writing. To contact Albany Law Review, email Please contact Gabriella Levine at if you would like to submit an article on constitutional commentary.

The Albany Government Law Review is a student-edited legal journal that publishes articles on a variety of topics related to the legal aspects of government and public policy. Its close connection to the school`s nationally recognized Center for Government Law and our location in the state capital provide a unique opportunity to publish critical and analytical articles written by leading academics and academics on key government issues. The Albany Government Law Review not only serves as an academic forum for case law, but is also an effective research tool for lawyers and practicing students. To contact the Government Law Review, email The Albany Law Review is seeking submissions for its issue of the State`s Constitutional Commentary, which is expected to be published next summer. This issue of the Albany Law Review focuses on all facets of judicial federalism, as well as the issues of constitutional rights and liberty faced by state governments and their courts. If you would like to submit your manuscript by mail or email your work for review, please send an electronic copy to: Our volume of constitutional commentary is a selective topic and features retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O`Connor and former Chief Justices Judith Kaye and Jonathan Lippman of the New York State Court of Appeals. Albany Law School is the only law school in New York`s capital, and as such, the Albany Law Review has benefited greatly from a close relationship with the New York Court of Appeals – one of the main courts and branches of Government of the New York State.

Selection Process: The Albany Law Review publishes articles that make significant and original contributions to law and jurisprudence. We do not exclude articles based on predefined length or subject restrictions. All articles submitted must be of publishable quality and in an essentially finished form. Editorial Philosophy: In editing, Albany Law Review tries to ensure the content and grammatical accuracy of each published line. We will never try to change the « voice » of a piece or its author. Any editorial changes made by Law Review staff will ultimately be approved by the author prior to publication. General Submissions: Manuscripts may be submitted to: Albany Law Review via ExpressO Alternatively, you may submit a manuscript in an easy-to-read format (please attach an electronic copy) to: Albany Law Review Attn: Editor-in-Chief of Main Articles 80 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208 Visit: Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology.