Call for Papers-Education Law: Symposium on Desegregation, Diversity, and Resegregation

May 22, 2014 at 3:27 pm Leave a comment

Cleveland State Law Review and the Education Law Association invite papers for a Symposium on Desegregation, Diversity, and Resegregation, which will be held in October 2014. Eight papers will be accepted for publication. The first draft of your submission will be reviewed by a committee of members of the Education Law Association then sent to the law review editors. All submitted papers will be considered, though the Law Review has a preference for articles authored by scholars from the Cleveland legal community and this particular issue will also have a preference for members of ELA.

A first draft of your submission is due by June 13, 2014. Send your inquiries and your submissions to A final draft will be due on July 15, 2014. For more information click here.

Topics: Call for Papers; Education Law


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