The Georgetown Law Journal is, first and foremost, a scholarly journal; central to our mission is the publication of rigorous and original contributions to the legal literature, both academic and practical. Articles and essays concerning all areas of the law are published in our six annual issues and our Annual Review of Criminal Procedure.
The Georgetown Law Journal is also committed to encouraging and developing students’ scholarly writing. To this end, the Journal typically publishes several select student notes in each issue.
To find out how to submit an article or note for review, or to read more about the selection process, please select the appropriate link at the top of this page.