The Tennessee Law Review is published quarterly and edited by UT Law students. The publisher is the the Tennessee Law Review Association Inc.
The domestic subscription rate is $26 per volume or $10 per single issue, plus postage. The foreign subscription rate is $28 per volume or $12 per single issue, plus postage. To subscribe, contact Micki Fox, business manager, at email@example.com or 865-974-4464, or write to:
Business Manager, Tennessee Law Review
Tennessee Law Review Association, Inc.
University of Tennessee College of Law
1505 W. Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-1810
Unless notice to the contrary is received, the journal assumes that a renewal of the subscription is desired. All claims for non-receipt of an issue should be made within six months of the date of publication if the claimant wishes to avoid paying for the missing issue. (Subscription information: ISSN 0040-3288)
All symposium issues and many back issues are available for $10 per single issue, plus postage; the foreign rate is $12 per single issue, plus postage. Write, call, or e-mail Micki Fox, business manager, using the contact info above.
For all requests related to reprinting articles, posting on SSRN, or any other copyright and licensing permissions, contact Micki Fox, business manager, using the contact info above.
The Tennessee Law Review welcomes manuscripts on any area of law and related disciplines, provided the treatment given to the topic is scholarly and well-researched. We review every submission we receive.
Manuscripts should adhere to the following guidelines:
- Text and citations should conform to the most recent edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
- Provide a cover letter including your name, school or affiliation, title of your manuscript, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.
- We encourage but do not require the provision of an abstract and conformity with the most recent edition of the Texas Law Review Manual on Usage & Style.
- The journal does not accept articles written for academic credit in any graduate or undergraduate school, except those by second- and third-year students of UT Law.
We prefer electronic submissions through ExpressO. Please note that if you use this service, we will not send a separate acknowledgment of receipt; the only acknowledgment that your manuscript has been received will come from ExpressO.
We also accept submissions, prepared in Microsoft Word, at the following address:
Tennessee Law Review
1505 W. Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996-1810
Please note that manuscripts cannot be returned.