Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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To submit articles to law journals

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American Business Law Journal    
Homepage     TOC
ISSN: 0002-7766
For full-text try Homepage above, or W&L journal finder
Price to U.S. academic institutions: $526

Same Subject Journals:
Commercial Law
Corporations and Associations



The ABLJ is a refereed journal. Although articles simultaneously submitted to other journals are accepted, and requests for expedites will be considered, authors should plan to provide our faculty reviewers with enough time to complete a review. If an expedite period is too brief, the ABLJ may be unable to return a decision. Electronic submissions between 15,000 – 18,000 words (including footnotes) are preferred (manuscripts in excess of 25,000 words will not be reviewed). Published by Wiley/Blackwell Publishing.
See submissions policy

email: abljsubmission@alsb.org