Penn Undergraduate Law Journal Call for Submissions

Jessica Bowers – January 10th, 2018

The Penn Undergraduate Law Journal (PULJ) is now soliciting submissions from undergraduates for its tenth issue.

Submission Deadline: January 19th, 2018

PULJ is looking for papers ranging from 15 to 100+ double-spaced pages in length. The journal is especially receptive to research papers, senior theses, and independent studies or final papers written for classes. Papers need not be on American law -- they can be on the laws or legal system of any country. PULJ considers submissions on a rolling basis, so if your piece is not finished by the deadline, please still submit it upon completion to be considered for a later issue.

Students in any field are encouraged to submit their work, so long as their piece relates to the law or the legal system. Possible disciplinary perspectives include, but are not limited to: History, Criminology, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, English, Biology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Linguistics, Psychology, and Political Science.

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