CFP: 11th Circuit Issue, U. Miami L. Rev.

University of Miami Law Review

The University of Miami Law Review invites submissions for its annual 11th Circuit issue. The submission deadline is Feb. 1, 2015; earlier submissions are given priority.

Every year, the University of Miami Law Review dedicates its fourth issue to articles analyzing current and timely issues pending within the Eleventh Circuit. The Eleventh Circuit issue is unique to the University of Miami Law Review—no other journal publishes an issue like it. As the premier publication for law review articles regarding the Eleventh Circuit, past issues have either provided broad overviews of relevant topics or focused on a single, relevant theme.

We are now accepting submissions for Volume 69, Issue 4, which will be published in the summer of 2015. We will accept submissions from authors on any timely and important Eleventh Circuit topic. Moreover, submissions do not have to be limited to a federal issue or topic. An intertwining of both federal and state issues is welcomed, as it provides

for a wider audience and a more in-depth article. We also welcome submissions of short pieces that are lightly footnoted of no more than 3,000 words for our online companion on the same topic. If you would like to submit a current draft of an article addressing an Eleventh Circuit topic or propose an idea for the Eleventh Circuit issue, please email Adrienne Scheffey or at with the subject: “Eleventh Circuit Issue.”

About the author

Reference librarian, University of Washington School of Law