Legal Information Review is a new annual journal at the intersection of law librarianship and legal information.
The Legal Information Review encourages submissions of applied or theoretical work on the intersection of law librarianship and legal information, including:
- the theoretical framework for teaching legal research (issues such as information literacy theory, adult learning theory, network theory, or other educational, social science, or psychology theories);
- information retrieval (both manual and automated systems such as artificial intelligence and law);
- law and policy (issues such as privacy, copyright, and security);
- information access issues (such as making legal and government information more accessible to the public, both physically and intellectually); and
- practice issues (analyses or applications which help lawyers in their day-to-day operations).
Legal Information Review encourages manuscripts with links to author-produced videos, PowerPoints, or other media. Articles will be available in both online and print versions. The first volume is planned for December 2015.
Submissions can be sent electronically to email@example.com. For information on how to format your paper for blind peer review and to see all of the submission policies for Legal Information Review, visit this page.