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To sign up for an account, click on the MY ACCOUNT link in the upper-right hand corner of the site. When prompted, click on the Sign up button under Create New Account. An account consists of a username and a password. Your username is your email address. If your school has an institutional account with us, you should use your faculty email address. After filling out the sign up form, click on the Sign up button.
Note that your new account information will be emailed to the address you provide, and will require that you click on the link in the email message to activate your account.
If you forget your password, please click the Forget your password? link and the system will send you your password immediately by email. If you want to change your password to something more memorable to you, please go to your My Account page and choose the Edit Profile option. Even if you change your password and subsequently forget it, the system will always be able to email it you.
With the Remember Me Next Time option selected, your password and email address are remembered even after closing your browser so you do not need to log in each time you visit the site. To keep others from accessing your account, you must click the log-out option on your My Account page.
You can handle the signature on cover letters in a couple of ways:
You may "sign" the letter by using the digital convention of typing "/s/" and then your name, i.e.:
/s/ Dan Tocklers
ExpressO redelivers the submission files unaltered. This is always true of Word files. The only exception concerns Word Perfect submissions. In order to increase the number of law reviews available to authors who use Word Perfect, ExpressO converts such submissions to PDF format. It then delivers that version to law reviews who accept PDF but not Word Perfect. We are not aware of any such files being corrupted in this process.
The most common reasons that an editor reports an error in your file is: