Law Review seeks submissions for Spring Symposium


2011 marks the ten-year anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The events of that day prompted rapid and widespread changes to the American legal landscape. In remembrance of those indelible events, the Florida Coastal Law Review would like to announce the topic of its third annual Spring Symposium, scheduled for March 4, 2011:  A Decade of Transformation: The Continuing Impact of 9/11 on National Security and Civil Liberty in America.

Read on for more information.

The Law Review invites the submission of articles, notes, essays, and other scholarly writing. We encourage submissions from practitioners, authors, and academians. The Law Review will select five to seven authors to participate in panel discussions and present papers within each topic. Articles by symposium participants will also be included in a symposium edition of the Florida Coastal Law Review, scheduled for publication in approximately September of 2011.  

We encourage scholarly debate regarding current issues related to changes in the law in reaction to the September 11 terrorist attacks and welcome you to consider the full range of topics related to “changes in the law.” Florida Coastal Law Review will consider all proposals for publication, even if the proposal is not suitable or pertinent to this year’s symposium.
Proposals should be in the form of abstracts, not to exceed 500 words, and accompanied by the author’s name, title, institutional affiliation, and contact information. The deadline for submission is December 1, 2010. Please direct inquiries and submissions to the Submissions Editor, Nathan R. Ross, at  The Law Review prefers electronic submissions; however, submissions may also be mailed to the Submissions Editor at:  Florida Coastal Law Review, 8787 Baypine Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32256.
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