Editors Want to See Your C.V. Most of All

Submission Tip #2

The curriculum vitae is the most important accompanying document according to law review editors. Several editors made a special note that one's history of prior publication should be included.

One step beyond

General subject law reviews value the cover letter much more than do subject-specific law reviews: 86% vs. 60%. With that in mind, make sure your letter helps editors to understand the context of your submission.