Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
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Federal Courts Law Review    
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Price to U.S. academic institutions: $0

Same Subject Journals:
Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Criminal Law and Procedure

The Honorable Boyd N. Bolan,
Editor-In-Chief, Federal Courts Law Review
Alfred A. Arraj United States Courthouse
901 19th Street,
Denver, Colorado 80294

Accepts e-mail submissions. A refereed journal. The editorial process involves an initial review by an articles editor. Minimally qualified articles are then passed on to three members of the editorial board for review and determination about acceptance for publication. The review process takes approximately 7 - 10 days. If accepted, the author is assigned an editor to assist in the preparation of the article. Articles are published online first, followed by publication in hard copy. Once an article is published online, an e-mail notice of its publication is broadcast to more than 1,000 subscribers and another 1,500 federal judges, including appeals judges, district judges, magistrate judges, and bankruptcy judges. A publication of the Federal Magistrate Judges Association.
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