BULR Article Submissions
Did you write an amazing law-related research paper that you are looking to share with the BU community? Would you like another opportunity to stand out in the graduate school or law school candidate market? If so, then we have the perfect opportunity for you!
The Binghamton University Undergraduate Law Review (BULR) is currently accepting student submissions for our first publication. The BULR's goal is to provide an opportunity for the discussion of law-related ideas and the publication of undergraduate legal scholarship at Binghamton University. If you have written material suitable for this publication, then we strongly encourage you to consider this opportunity.
NEW MEMBERS: In addition, we are also interested in possibly expanding our membership. We are potentially looking to add 8 new members, please send your resume to email@example.com, if you would be interested in joining the BULR.
Call for Submissions:
The BULR encourages Binghamton undergraduate students of all programs of study to submit written works pertaining to the legal field. Submissions can vary in the form of essays, research papers, articles, independent projects, or senior theses. Subject matter of submissions can be broad but must remain relevant to the study of law. We welcome submissions from all disciplines, including, but not limited to: political science, philosophy, history, sociology, anthropology, management, and economics. Moreover, works submitted must have been written during the student's undergraduate career. The formatting requirements for publication are attached. All submissions will be subject for review and edits by the BULR editorial board.
Submissions are due March 20, 2014for our Spring Publication. Send all submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubmissions must be the author's original work, not previously published or soon to be published in a different journal. Articles submitted should be between 3,000 and 8,000 words. This generally converts to 10-30 pages double-spaced. Articles that are less than 10 pages will be considered, however, they will be held to a significantly higher standard for publication. Articles chosen for publication in the BULR will be converted, by the BULR editorial board, so that they conform with The Bluebook style guide. The BULR has a no-tolerance policy for plagiarism and academic dishonesty, and any submission found to contain plagiarism will be rejected.
BULR's Editorial Board