In addition to the two publications below, the ALSB publishes a Newsletter for members three times each academic year: fall, winter, and spring. Information for the Newsletters may be submitted to Executive Secretary, Dan Herron, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Members may access issues of the Newsletter by logging into the Members Only site.
American Business Law Journal
The American Business Law Journal is a quarterly law review published by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. The Journal is very selective and is double-blind, peer reviewed. Over 900 libraries subscribe to the ABLJ, as well as the 1,000+ ALSB members. Additionally, the journal is available on Westlaw and Lexis.
American Business Law Journal Online:
- Article Submissions
Unsolicited articles are welcome for publication consideration by the ABLJ. If you are contemplating submitting a piece for ABLJ publication consideration, please review the “Contributor’s Information” below. Electronic copies of articles can be submitted to email@example.com. Please note that the Journal does not accept student works.
Questions concerning submissions may be forwarded to the managing editor, Robert Emerson at firstname.lastname@example.org. General questions about the journal may be directed to the editor-in-chief, Marisa Anne Pagnattaro at email@example.com.
- Call for Reviewers
The ABLJ is seeking new reviewers on a variety of legal subject areas. If you are interested in reviewing for the journal, please send your name, complete address, phone number, e-mail address and subject area expertise to the managing editor, Robert Emerson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Subscriptions and Advertising
ABLJ subscription and advertising information may be obtained by contacting:
A subscription to the ABLJ (as well as the Journal of Legal Studies Education) is automatic with membership in the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Membership in the Academy is $60 per year. Correspondence regarding membership should be directed to Daniel J. Herron, ALSB Executive Secretary, 2011 Farmer School of Business, Department of Finance, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056; e-mail:email@example.com.
Journal of Legal Studies Education
The Journal of Legal Studies Education is published twice a year. The journal is a selective double-blind, peer reviewed publication focusing on pedagogical issues within business legal studies. Please review the “Information for Contributors or Submissions” below.
Journal of Legal Studies Education:
A subscription to the journal is included with all ALSB memberships. Individual and institutional journal subscriptions may be obtained from:
Advertising in the JLSE is also accepted. Information regarding advertising, including rates, may be obtained from Blackwell Publishing as well here:
Manuscripts for publication consideration are encouraged. Information for contributors may be obtained from the JLSE Editor-in-Chief, Tonia Murphy, University of Notre Dame.