Submit Articles

The Elder Law Journal welcomes the submission of articles. Manuscripts should conform to The Bluebook (20th edition) for citations and to The Chicago Manual of Style.

How to submit articles to The Elder Law Journal:

Submissions should be accompanied by a current resume. Articles and resumes in electronic form may submitted by e-mail to either Dominique Ritvo or Dan Burley, via ExpressO, or through Scholastica. Hard copies may be addressed to:

Articles Editors
The Elder Law Journal 
University of Illinois College of Law
504 E. Pennsylvania Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820

Unsolicited manuscripts cannot be returned unless a return envelope with sufficient postage accompanies the submission.

The Elder Law Journal has adopted the length requirement reflected in a statement from eleven of the leading law journals in the United States. It is now our policy to encourage authors to submit articles that do not exceed a length of 37,000 words (roughly seventy law review pages). However, an effective article need not approach this upper limit. An important guideline is to make sure the article thoroughly covers the topic while explaining all relevant concepts and leaving no questions unanswered.