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).

Please direct manuscripts to the attention of the Articles Editor at journalarticles [at] washburnlaw.edu.

Washburn Law Journal also accepts submissions via Icon: ExpressO service. and is an Graphic: ExpressO top 100 law review.

If you have questions concerning subscriptions or non-received issues, please contact the Washburn Law Journal Secretary at (785) 670-1692 or via e-mail at journalclaims [at] washburnlaw.edu.

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

Law in the Post-Truth Era Symposium
Graphic: Law in the Post-Truth Era Symposium.
Volume 57 Editorial Board
Photograph: Washburn Law Journal volume 57 editorial board.
Volume 58 Editor-in-Chief

Congratulations to Jeremy E. Koehler, recently selected as Washburn Law Journal Volume 58 Editor-in-Chief.

WLJ Writing 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 Washburn Law Journal Writing Competition TWEN page (available beginning May 11 at 5:00 p.m.). Submissions are due on Monday, June 4 at 11:59 p.m. Questions can be submitted anonymously through the competition TWEN page.

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