Submission Process & Article Requirements
The South Texas Law Review invites academics, practicing lawyers, and judges to submit articles for publication. The STLR does not accept submissions from current students, with the exception of STLR students (please refer to the PPM).
The STLR publishes four times per academic year. Certain issues may be reserved for symposium content. Articles need to be either in Microsoft Word or Word Perfect format when submitted. The STLR uses footnotes for citations. Please format citations using The Bluebook's guidelines.
Submitting an Article
To submit an article, please submit via Expresso. You may also submit a hard copy to the STLR at:
South Texas Law Review
1303 San Jacinto
Houston, TX 77002
You can also e-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions, please call 713-646-1749.
Once an article is received by the STLR, it will be filtered by the Editor in Chief (EIC) to make sure it meets the STLR's requirements for submission. It will then be voted on by the board for acceptance. The EIC may contact the submitter to extend an offer for publication.
We are unable to provide status checks online at this time.
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