While some long to see their names in lights, and others their names in block lettering across the cover of a bound volume, publishing as a student is a route each and every one of you can benefit from, even those without specific dreams of grandeur. Seeking out potential avenues of publications and creating content not only allows you to contribute to the profession and legal community, but also gives you a chance to build a public profile, develop your writing skills, and advance your learning in your chosen fields.
Do you know about our Research Guides page, which features a range of information tools designed to assist you with your research and study at Charlotte School of Law?
This page now plays host to our newest research guide, focused specifically on student publishing support. Featuring both academic writing resources available through your library and free online materials, this guide serves as a one-stop resource to connect you with writing and publishing advice, submission guidelines for various journals and tools to help you decide where to submit. It also provides information on copyright and your own rights as an author, resources for empirical research, and additional resources specifically tailored for law review.
And as always, if you run in to any questions or need further advice, don’t hesitate to ask your friendly library staff for assistance!