The Wyoming Law Review publishes articles written by practitioners and professors from throughout the country, as well as case notes and comments written by students attending the University of Wyoming College of Law. The Wyoming Law Review does not publish works written by students from other law schools.
The Law Review is managed and edited by an editorial board of third-year students under the supervision of a faculty adviser. The editorial staff is composed of second- and third-year law students selected on the basis of high scholarship and excellence in writing. Appointment to the Law Review is one of the highest honors conferred by the College of Law. Members of the editorial staff write comments and case notes for the student section of the Law Review. All students are eligible to contribute to the student section. The Wyoming Law Review is published twice each year.
The Wyoming Law Review invites legal professionals to submit articles for our consideration year-around. The content and organization of articles are left largely to the author's discretion, though the Wyoming Law Review prefers articles that both analyze the current state of the law and advocate a direction for the law to take in the future. Articles with well-reasoned, bold, and innovative conclusions are welcomed. The length of articles is also left to the author's discretion, but precision and crisp, concise writing are musts. If you are interested in submitting an article, you may do so either electronically to email@example.com, through ExpressO, or by mailing a copy to the address below. Otherwise, feel free to read a copy of our law review, navigate our web site, or drop by our offices anytime.
Wyoming Law Review
University of Wyoming, College of Law
Dept. 3035, 1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2329
The current issue of the Wyoming Law Review, as well as older issues (beginning with volume 1), are available online at http://repository.uwyo.edu/wlr/.
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