The editors of the Arkansas Law Review encourage the submission of unsolicited articles, comments, essays, and reviews. Manuscripts should be double-spaced with all footnotes appended following the text, sequentially numbered. Authors should include a brief paragraph of biographical data.
The Arkansas Law Review also accepts submissions through its ExpressO and Scholastica academic publishing accounts. Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015).
Authors should cite Arkansas opinions issued prior to February 14, 2009, to both the Arkansas/Arkansas Appellate Reports (Ark./Ark. App.) and to the South Western Reporter (S.W./S.W.2d/S.W.3d). Authors should cite Arkansas opinions issued after February 14, 2009, by referring to the case name, the year of the decision, the abbreviated court name, the appellate decision number; and a parallel citation to the regional reporter if available.
Manuscripts should be addressed to the Managing Editor of the Arkansas Law Review, preferably sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.