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 »
Volume 65 (Fall 2015 – Spring 2016) 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 13, 2015. For the fall cycle, DLJ will also freely accept submissions or resubmissions by email and by mail. Please email submissions to: email@example.com Please mail submissions to: Continue Reading »
Duke Law Journal is proud to announce its Executive Board for Volume 65 (2015-2016). Editor-in-Chief: Jyoti Jindal Managing Editor: Ryan Weiss Senior Research Editor: Stewart Day Senior Articles Editor: Peter Letteney Senior Notes Editor: Greg Gaught Articles Editors: Erica Egenes, Michael Fishman, Anna Johns, and Tim Singer Executive Editors: Michael Adamson, John Bailey, Scott O’Brien, and Continue Reading »
As of January 25, 2015, the Duke Law Journal is open and accepting submissions to be published in Volume 65 (2015–2016). 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.
On January 9, 2015, DLJ’s second-year staff editors submitted their student notes, which will be considered for publication in DLJ Volume 65. Congratulations to the 2Ls on their excellent efforts during the note-writing process!
Haniya H. Mir was interviewed by the Kansas City Star for her Note on the tax implications of same-sex marriage. You can read the article and interview with the Kansas City Star here and access a copy of the Note, Windsor and Its Discontents: State Income Tax Implications for Same-Sex Couples, here. Haniya Mir is a Duke Continue Reading »
In a Sept. 29, 2014 article, Justices Embark on Road to a Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage, the New York Times discusses the Duke Law Journal‘s forthcoming article, The Best for Last: The Timing of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions. The article, written by Prof. Lee Epstein, Prof. William M. Landes, and Judge Richard A. Posner, analyzes Continue Reading »
The Duke Law Journal is pleased to welcome its incoming class of 2L Staff Editors (2014–15). For more information, see the Duke Law Journal Masthead (PDF Link). Michael B. Adamson John Patrick Bailey Robert B. Barnes Nicole J. Blumenkehl H. Hunter Bruton Samantha A. Bui Katherine E. Canning Christian M. Coyne Charles E. Davis K. Continue Reading »