About the Law Review Symposium Format
The Chicago-Kent Law Review only publishes symposia, therefore the Law Review does not publish unsolicited individual manuscripts, except for Chicago-Kent student notes and comments. Typically, the Law Review will work with a panel of authors assembled by a symposium editor to publish a set of articles on a relevant legal topic or theme. A typical symposium contains 6 to 9 articles, at 20-30 pages per article.
Below you find a sample symposium proposal that was ultimately selected and published in the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Each symposium proposal is reviewed and ultimately accepted or rejected by a vote of the Editor-in-Chief and the Law Review Faculty Advisory Board.
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If you would like more information regarding the symposium proposal process or if you have any questions regarding the process, please contact the Editor-in-Chief.