Arizona Law Review is not accepting submissions at this time. We we will begin accepting submissions for 58:1 and 58:2 at the beginning of August. We are a general interest publication and invite submissions of unpublished manuscripts between 15,000 and 30,000 words on all topics. All submissions should conform with the 19th edition of the Bluebook.
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