Washburn Law Journal

The Washburn Law Journal welcomes unsolicited manuscripts for publication consideration. Note: The Washburn Law Journal does not typically accept submissions from students.

All manuscripts should be double-spaced, notes should be in footnote form, and citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed.). A copy of the manuscript should also be available as a Microsoft Word file (preferred).

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Washburn Law Journal
Washburn University School of Law
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
(785) 670-1683
journal [at] washburnlaw.edu
(general correspondence)
journaleditor [at] washburnlaw.edu
(Editor-in-Chief)

40th Annual Foulston Siefkin Lecture
Photograph: Harold Hongju Koh.

Washburn University School of Law
and the Washburn Law Journal
proudly present

Harold Hongju Koh
Sterling Professor of International Law Law
Yale Law School

"The Trump Administration and International Law"

Friday – March 31, 2017
12:10-1:00 p.m. – Room 102

Volume 56 Editorial Board
Photograph: Washburn Law Journal volume 56 editorial board.
Volume 57 Editorial Board

Congratulations to Jordan Z. Dillon, recently selected as Washburn Law Journal Volume 57 Editor-in-Chief.

Spring 2017 Write-On Competition

To compete, you must have completed at least one full semester and have four remaining semesters at Washburn Law. Learn more by joining the Vol. 57 Law Journal Write-on Competition TWEN page (available beginning May 12 beginning 5:00 p.m.). Submissions are due on Friday, May 26 at 5:00 p.m. Contact Jordan Dillon (Jordan Dillon@washburn.edu) or Jackson Wagner (jackson.wagner@washburn.edu) with questions.

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