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Guidelines

We welcome the following blog entries:
  1. Discussion of your LSR article
  2. Book Discussion
  3. Research Summary 
  • Entries will focus on sociolegal perspectives;
  • Be Between 400-650 words in length:
  • And be written to appeal to general readers
Please include visuals when possible (e.g. graphs, charts, free-for-use pictures; if they are your own pictures, please make sure you have the permission of any people depicted).

Please include a short title for the piece, as well as the author's full name and university affiliation (if relevant).

We look forward to reading your submission.

Jeannine Bell, Indiana University
Susan Sterett, Virginia Tech
Margot Young, University of British Columbia

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