By Juliette Draper
If you are a pre-law student or have an interest in legal scholarship, consider submitting a law-related article to the Texas Undergraduate Law Journal. TULJ accepts research articles, senior thesis, school essays, or any other original works that focus on a legal topic. Submitted manuscripts can be any length, but published articles typically vary in length from 10 to 30 pages. A manuscript can use any citation style, as long as in-text attributions and references are clear; the published articles will use footnote citations that adhere to the 20th Edition of The Bluebook.
Each accepted submission will be vetted and edited by a collection of editors over the course of the semester. You will be expected to contribute to the editing process, and TULJ editors will help you every step of the way.
Before submitting your manuscript, make sure it adheres to the guidelines outlined on the website here. Submissions are being accepted on a rolling basis, and to best help your chances of being accepted, email your manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Juliette via email directly at email@example.com.