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Guide to Publishing in Law Reviews and Journals: Home

This guide is intended to assist faculty who wish to submit articles for publication in law reviews and journals.

Faculty Research Support at JMLS

One of the most important missions of the John Marshall Law Library is to serve the research needs of our faculty. 

John Marshall faculty have access to these important resources for research assistance: Librarians, Library Research Fellows, and Research Assistants. 

For assistance from the librarians, contact Raizel Liebler, who will determine how best the library can assist with your request.


This short guide is intended to assist JMLS faculty who wish to submit articles for publication in law reviews and journals. Students should consult our Guide for Researching for Journal Notes, Comments, and Paper Topics.

JMLS faculty may seek additional assistance by consulting their library liaison or by contacting Raizel Liebler, Head of Faculty Scholarship Initiatives.

JMLS Library Support of Faculty Publishing

Citation Support

Library Research Fellows are available to help full-time faculty prepare articles for publication, including:
• Finding sources
• Cite-checking
• Bluebooking citations

For citation support, contact Raizel Liebler at x430 or


We can help you with publication, including:
• Helping you find the right place to publish
• Assisting you with using Expresso to submit your article to multiple law reviews.

If you need publication support, contact your liaison or Raizel Liebler, at x430 or