The Duke Law Journal invites proposals for its 47th Annual Administrative Law Symposium, to be held in February 2017, at Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium has been the premier administrative law event for over four decades. Previous symposia topics include: Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Continue Reading »
Volume 66 (Fall 2016 – Spring 2017) of the Duke Law Journal has closed its Scholastica submissions box for the spring selection cycle. It will reopen for the fall selection cycle on July 15, 2016. For the fall cycle, DLJ will also freely accept submissions or resubmissions by email and by mail. Please email submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Please mail submissions to: Continue Reading »
The sudden vacancy of Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the United States Supreme Court has thrust the presidential appointments process into a national spotlight. The Duke Law Journal‘s Administrative Law Symposium in 2015 provides an in-depth look from top scholars on the contentious issues of presidential appointments and Senate confirmation. Find the articles on our website, published in Volume Continue Reading »
As of February 1, 2016, the Duke Law Journal is open and accepting submissions to be published in Volume 66 (2016–2017). For guidelines on submitting to DLJ, please see our submissions page. Although submissions may be mailed to DLJ or sent by e-mail, submission via our Scholastica account is strongly preferred.
Duke Law Journal is proud to announce the newly elected Executive Board for Volume 66: Editor-in-chief: Ace Factor Managing Editor: Glenn Chappell Senior Research Editor: Amelia DeGory Senior Articles Editor: Christina O’Tousa Senior Notes Editor: Cory Fleming Senior Online Editor: Trevor Chenoweth Executive Editors: Ryan Brunner, Paul Ream, Meredith Simons, Stephen Tagert Articles Editors: Will Continue Reading »
The New York Times referenced FOIA, Inc., by Margaret B. Kwoka, in an article discussing a possible overhaul of the process for requesting government records. The NYT article is available here.
Volume 65 (Fall 2015 – Spring 2016) of the Duke Law Journal is filled. Volume 66 will reopen the Journal‘s Scholastica submissions box in February 2016. For more information on submissions, please visit our Submissions page.
The Duke Law Journal is pleased to welcome its incoming class of 2L Staff Editors (2015–16). For more information, see the Duke Law Journal Masthead (PDF). Nicole T. Amsler Ridge M. Blanchard Ryan C. Brunner Rosemary L. Chandler Glenn E. Chappell Trevor A. Chenoweth Leah Faith Colucci Amelia A. DeGory Ace M. Factor Cory J. Fleming Continue Reading »
The following recent and upcoming DLJ publications were recognized in Jotwell. Recent publications: Daniel Rice, Note, Territorial Annexation as a “Great Power,” 64 Duke L.J. 717 (2015). Read the review here. Read the Note here. Anne Joseph O’Connell, Shortening Agency and Judicial Vacancies through Filibuster Reform? An Examination of Confirmation Rates and Delays from 1981 to 2014, 64 Duke Continue Reading »
The Duke Law Journal invites proposals for its 46th Annual Administrative Law Symposium, to be held in February 2016, at Duke University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina. The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium has been the premier administrative law event for over four decades. Previous symposia topics include: Is the Appointments Process Continue Reading »