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California Regulatory Law Reporter (Law School Journals)
The California Regulatory Law Reporter is published by the Center for Public Interest Law (CPIL) at the University of San Diego School of Law. The Reporter is a key component of CPIL's academic program, where student interns monitor and report on the activities of California’s major regulatory agencies. The only publication of its kind in the nation, the Reporter has been a valuable source of information to legislators, courts, law firms, journalists, public interest organizations, and consumers.
To submit your work to the Lindsay J. Cropper Creative Writing Contest, please see the submission guidelines.
Note: All Cropper Contest-winning submissions and those of Honorable Mention recipients are published in the Fall issue of The Alcalá Review. Works previously submitted to or published in The Alcalá Review remain eligible for contest submission.
San Diego International Law Journal (Law School Journals)
The San Diego International Law Journal (SDILJ) is an academic journal dedicated to the publication of articles that widen the realm of international and comparative legal scholarship. The SDILJ is committed to publishing articles, essays and book reviews written by academics and legal practitioners from all over the world. The SDILJ is especially devoted to attracting articles written by academics and practitioners who are involved in international and multi-national organizations. In addition, the SDILJ shall act as a forum for academic discourse regarding the pertinent and pressing issues of international and comparative law. The SDILJ was founded as a forum for such academic discourse in order to promote the study of international and comparative law in both the United States of America and throughout the world.
San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law (Law School Journals)
The Journal of Climate & Energy Law serves as a foundation for continued dialogue and development of the rapidly emerging legal issues related to climate change and energy. The journal delves into topics such as insurance claims related to climate change, law and economics associated with cap-and-trade greenhouse gas markets, new energy policy of the carbon-constrained world, legal implications of trans-border air and water pollution, and effects of climate change on endangered species law.
The Alcalá Review was established in 2014 at the University of San Diego to showcase the work of the Lindsay J. Cropper Undergraduate Creative Writing Contest winners and finalists in Poetry, Fiction, and Creative Nonfiction. Since then, The Alcalá Review has grown into USD's premier publication venue for undergraduate creative work. A fully student-run journal, The Alcalá Review welcomes submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, photography, and beyond – from any member of USD’s student community.
To submit your work to The Alcalá Review, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.