Our final deadline for Columbia Law School student note submissions is March 10, 2013. Decisions will be announced at the end of March.
Our current issue is full. Decisions for our next issue will begin to be announced in October 2013.
The Columbia Journal of Gender and Law welcomes your writing. We encourage the submission of articles, essays, comments, book reviews, and letters. All pieces accepted for publication go through a collaborative editing process between Journal editors and the authors.
Generally, we feature the writing of noted scholars in feminist jurisprudence, including judges, law professors, and law students. Since we are an interdisciplinary journal of law, we also welcome articles about law from other academic disciplines. Recent Columbia Journal of Gender and Law articles have examined the intersections between gender, law, and various other academic fields ranging from psychology to literature.
In a 2011 nationwide survey of specialty law journals conducted by Washington & Lee University Law School, the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law ranked as one of the top three journals devoted to gender and law.
Since we operate by consensus and give members an equal vote in deciding whether to accept an article for publication, all submissions receive careful and fair consideration. We look forward to your contribution.
If you have access to ExpressO, it is the simplest way to submit your piece to JGL (and other journals at the same time). If you are affiliated with a law school, contact your library to see if your school has an ExpressO account.
Otherwise, please send submissions to:
Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
435 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10027
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred)