Thank you for your interest in publishing with the University of Colorado Law Review. The Colorado Law Review invites unsolicited manuscripts throughout the year. The reviewing cycle begins each spring after the election of our new Board of Editors, and continues until publication spaces are filled.
The Colorado Law Review uses ExpressO, an electronic submission service run by the Berkeley Electronic Press, which can be reached at bepress.com. If you are not affiliated with a university, you may submit your article through bepress.com directly. We do not accept articles submitted via e-mail or mail.
Natural Resources Issue
The Colorado Law Review dedicates one issue each year to natural resources and environmental law topics. We strongly encourage submissions of articles on these topics.
- Submissions should be double-spaced and no longer than seventy-five pages.
- Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015).
Thank you for your interest in publishing with the University of Colorado Law Review! We look forward to reviewing your submission.