About the Law Review Symposium Format
The Chicago-Kent Law Review only publishes symposium issues. With the exception of student Notes written by its members, the Law Review does not publish unsolicited articles. 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 potentially selected 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.