The Circuit is the online edition of the California Law Review. It is intended to promote robust scholarly discussion of our print articles, current perspectives from practitioners and judges, and other contributions to legal scholarship. We seek to publish a wide range of timely legal commentaries, essays, response pieces, reviews, debates, and student work.
California Law Review
40 Boalt Hall
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720
Specific Submission Requirements
2) Citations should conform to the 18th edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
3) Please include the following contact information:
- Mail Address
- Email Address
- Phone Number
- Author's CV
The Circuit publishes a range of student pieces and employs an anonymous system for selecting these items for publication. We recognize that we have a responsibility to ensure that student authors receive neutral, unbiased, and fair consideration of their pieces, without political or personal considerations infecting the slotting process.
Students should email their submissions to CLR's Administrator, Maro Vidal-Manou, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include:
(a) a double-spaced PDF file of your piece (including title and excluding any personally identifying information); and
(b) a cover sheet with the following information:
i. The title of your piece
ii. Your class year
iii. Your contact information (telephone, email, address)
As a result of this anonymous process, Circuit Editors do not know the identity of authors being considered. Only those authors selected for publication are “identified” at the time of selection. Circuit Editors may inadvertently discover the identities of authors during the review process, but they are expressly prohibited from using the author’s identity as a factor weighing for or against publication. If a Circuit Editor becomes aware of an author’s identity and that awareness creates a real or perceived conflict of interest, that editor will recuse himself or herself from consideration of that piece.
Please do not include any information that would explicitly or implicitly identify you in your piece. For the same reason, submitting authors are prohibited from inquiring into the status of their submission with any Circuit Editor and may only communicate with CLR's Administrator.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Anuradha Sivaram, Senior Circuit Editor.