To those of you who submitted a Summer Candidacy paper – thanks, and congrats on finishing a mighty task! The Law Review Executive Board has already been hard at work reviewing the papers. We’ve got a good-sized stack to go through and we’re going to be working on them for a couple of weeks.
Our self-imposed goal is to inform those of you who will be invited to join the Law Review by about Sunday, August 9th. This is, of course, subject to change, so check back here for any updates to this date.
To maintain your anonymity, please do not contact any members of the Executive Board. We’ll keep you updated right here.
You were probably inside too much writing these papers, so the Executive Board asks you politely to get yourselves some sunshine and fresh air.
Thanks and Good Luck!
Your submissions must be emailed to Alex Magalli (firstname.lastname@example.org) by no later than 6:00 p.m. Sunday, July 19, 2009. Your completed paper must be in Word format and emailed as an attachment. Alex will email back confirming receipt of your paper and that he can open the file.
Additionally, please ensure that your submission conforms to the requirements (paper length, margins, font, etc.) listed in the Instructions.
Our Editor in Chief, David Freedman, has just released the 2009-2010 cite checking and EAE materials. This includes updated cite checking and EAE manuals, as well as a new source locating and ordering spreadsheet.
Whether you are new to the cite checking and editing processes or an old hand, please review these new materials. Let the Executive Board know if you have any questions.
Please read and follow the 2009 Summer Candidacy Program Instructions! We have received a number of questions that are specifically covered in the Instructions. Prior to emailing with questions, please re-read the Instructions.
As stated in the Instructions, any questions should be directed to:
Jessica Bejerea — email@example.com
Vincent Smolczynski — firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Collett — email@example.com
If you’re interested in writing on to the Chicago-Kent Law Review, the Summer Candidacy Problem is now posted at the 2009 Summer Candidacy page.