Saturday, September 08, 2012

Publication Opportunities


The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture and Natural Resources Law (KJEANRL), a multi-disciplinary journal of law, science, and policy is published twice annually by the University of Kentucky College of Law.  The Journal is edited entirely by students of the College of Law. A
forum for articles by practitioners, academicians, policy-makers, and other professionals throughout the United States and abroad, the Journal welcomes original manuscripts focusing on the legal, policy,
and ethical issues related to the environment, natural resources, land use, and energy. Shorter discussion pieces, descriptions of creative solutions to persistent problems, and commentary on policy and politics are also suitable for publication in the Journal. Each issue also includes notes written by Journal staff members. KJEANRL was named one of the Top 100 Law Journals of 2010 by Washington & Lee University School of Law.  Authors who wish to submit an article to be considered for publication can submit it through the ExpressO system or by emailing the article
to kjeanrl@gmail.com.



The Journal of Food Law & Policy at the University of Arkansas School of Law is the only student-edited U.S. law journal focused exclusively on food law issues. It was initiated in response to the emerging interest in food law and policy issues, with its inaugural issue published in 2005.  It is now well established in the academic community, having published articles by many leaders in food law scholarship. The Journal features articles on a wide range of current issues including all aspects of food  production, labeling, advertising, and sale, as well as the critical issues involving food safety. It includes regular food law updates from the United States, the European Union, and Canada. The Journal is published twice a year and is edited by some of the top law students at the University of Arkansas School of Law.  Authors who wish to submit an article to be considered for publication can submit it through the ExpressO system or by emailing the article foodlaw@uark.edu.


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