MC Law Review




The Mississippi College Law Review is a student-edited law journal that publishes innovative scholarship from leading jurists nationwide.  The Review demands excellence from its members and vigorously strives to publish relevant and original works of authorship.  Its members are dedicated to providing authors with open lines of communication in the editing process, and above all, the Review is devoted to connecting the author with her reader.  Beyond producing a legal journal of the highest reputation and quality, the Review actively encourages its members to develop pioneering legal commentary for potential publication.




The Review accepts manuscript submissions through ExpressOScholastica, or via email to  Submissions must be in Microsoft Word format, and citations must conform to the 19th edition of the Bluebook.  The Review looks to Bryan Garner's Redbook for guidance on grammar, style, and usage in legal writing, as well as to the Chicago Manual of Style generally.