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Over 200 law reviews use Scholastica to manage their submissions.

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  • Harvard Journal of Law and Technology
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  • Howard Human & Civil Rights Law Review
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  • Hastings Law Journal
  • Virginia Journal of International Law
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"For most tasks, navigation is much faster on Scholastica than it was on our old system. Scholastica is also better at integrating the different parts of the review process."

Sue Walther Jones, UC Davis Law Review

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"Scholastica supports our mission by saving us time and keeping us organized. The less time we spend on administrative tasks, the more time we have for closely considering the merits of articles."

Gregory Bok, Senior Articles Editor, Vol.101, California Law Review

Read articles and CVs on Scholastica, without downloading files.

Scholastica's exclusive manuscript reader makes it easy to review submissions in a clean and simple format right on your web browser. Click the informational dropdown at the top of the manuscript view to get an overview of the submission you're reading including the paper title, authors, and full abstract. The manuscript reader also includes links to submission file attachments, such as author CVs or cover letters.

For you downloading fans out there, you can save manuscripts to your computer as a PDF at any point!

Store and manage your reviews, correspondences, and journal files all in one place.

Say goodbye to folders of manuscript files and reviewer feedback forms. Scholastica has all the tools you need to manage your law review, and because it is hosted in the cloud, you can be assured that all of your work will be stored in one place. With all of your law review's submissions and author/editor correspondence saved on Scholastica, you can seamlessly move between manuscripts and pick up your work right where you left off.

It's FAST to search and organize your submissions however you want.

Whether your law review has 100 submissions or 10,000, the manuscripts table makes it possible to quickly to search and sort submissions by date submitted, title, author, and keywords. You can even add specific keyword tags to submissions to group related manuscripts and find them in a quick search. Use the manuscripts table to assign submissions to editors and get an overview of what everyone on your team is working on.

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Tired of trying to keep track of submission correspondences between authors and fellow editors buried in your email inbox? Use Discussions to start and save all of your manuscript communications right on Scholastica. When you start a Discussion — with editors or an author — all of those messages are saved on Scholastica, right next to the manuscript they're about.

You can also minimize the time you spend sending decision emails by using customizable message templates.

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