Fordham Law Review Online Submissions
Submissions to Fordham Law Review Online (“FLR Online“) should be about 3,000 words, in Microsoft Word.docx format, with light footnotes according to the conventions found in the 20th edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation. FLR Online Pieces are available online in Adobe (.pdf) format.
In citing to FLR Online pieces, we suggest the following model:
For pieces published prior to August 2017:
Myrna S. Raeder, History Redux: The Unheard Voices of Domestic Violence Victims, A Comment on Aviva Orenstein’s Sex, Threats and Absent Victims, 79 Fordham L. Rev. Res Gestae 21 (2011), http://fordhamlawreview.org/wp-content/uploads/assets/res-gestae/volume/79/21_Raeder.pdf.
For pieces published after August 2017:
Instead of citing to Fordham L. Rev. Res Gestae, please cite to Fordham L. Rev. Online.
To submit a piece to FLR Online, please email the following to our Executive Online Editor at email@example.com:
1) A copy of the submission,
2) A resume, CV or other biographical information, and
3) A brief abstract.
Online pieces are published on a rolling basis during the academic year. Please note that we do not accept submissions from students currently pursuing a JD.