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Journal Staff Legal Research Guide: Home

This guide is designed to assist law journal staff through the process of selecting topics, writing, editing and cite checking law review articles.

Introduction to Journal Staff Work

Overview of Journal Staff Work

The newer members of a law journal staff, the 2Ls, typically write a note or comment of publishable quality and cite-check the articles that are being published by the law journal.

The 3Ls serve as editors and fill the senior editorial staff positions, including senior articles editor, senior note & comment editor, senior managing editor and, editor-in-chief of the law review.  The editors review and select articles for publication, manage the editing process, and assist the 2Ls in writing their notes and comment

This Journal Staff Research Guide is intended to assist journal members in through the steps of writing, cite-checking and editing articles.

Table of Contents

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Kelly Kunsch
Reference Librarian
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Alumni
American Indian Law Journal
ARC
CCLS
Development
Indian Estate Planning Institute
Seattle Journal of Social Justice
Seattle University Law Review


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Barbara Swatt
Reference Librarian
Liaison:
ATJI
Center for Global Justice
Seattle Journal of Environmental Law


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