CFP: Nova Law Review Florida Book

Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law and the Nova Law Review seek submissions for Volume 45 of the Florida Book.

The Florida Book covers legal and policy developments specific to Florida’s jurisdiction.  Articles published in the Florida Book provide relevant and timely commentary on issues relating to immigration, education, drug rehabilitation, and other issues adjoining the law.  Notably, the Florida Book has been cited by the Florida Supreme Court in re-shaping the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure in Taking the “Sandwich” Off of the Menu:  Should Florida Depart from Over 150 Years of Its Criminal Procedure and Let Prosecutors Have the Last Word? by Nova Law Review alumnus Nicole Velasco Oden.  Nova Law Review’s Florida Book continues to be a platform of change and progress in the Florida legal community.

Submissions & Important Dates:

– Please submit materials to

– Submission Deadline for Articles: July 31, 2020

Read the full call here.

For More Information Please Contact:, or the individuals below:

Richard Sena, Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 45,

Hunter Scharf, Lead Articles Editor, Vol. 45,

About the author

Library Technology Specialist, West Virginia University College of Law