University of Richmond’s Public Interest Law Review is soliciting articles about bills from this year’s General Assembly. Each year the Journal publishes an issue about the General Assembly and wants to consider articles about particular bills or issues from the 2017 session.
These are academic style articles, not op-eds, ranging from approximately 5,000-7,000 words. The deadline to submit is August 1, but there is a little wiggle room there as well if you need it.
This unique opportunity to get published in an academic law journal was recommended by a few of our own MRAYD members who are students at UR Law. Please feel free to share with your networks and if anyone is interested, please contact MRAYD Executive Board Member Elizabeth Childress at metrorichmondyd[at]gmail.com.