Sponsor submissions for faculty at your institution

Set up an institutional Scholastica account to start covering submission costs for your authors — it's fast and easy.

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Your choice of automatic billing or pre-purchased credits.

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Automatic Invoicing

The super simple, no-fuss way to make sure all of your authors are covered.

  1. Sign up for a Scholastica Institutional Account
  2. Add a credit card
  3. Line items appear in your account as authors submit to journals
  4. Your credit card is charged monthly
Institutional Funds

Make it easier to budget by adding funds to your account upfront from which your authors’ costs will be paid.

  1. Sign up for a Scholastica Institutional Account
  2. Pre-pay for institutional funds — minimum of $1,000.00.
  3. Funds are deducted as authors submit to journals on Scholastica
An institutional Scholastica account receipt.
Manage authors and view receipts, all on your own.

Scholastica makes it possible for administrators to manage every aspect of institutional billing online, so you don't have to waste time doing paperwork. From your Scholastica account, you can:

  • Add and remove subsidized authors at any time
  • View and download receipts
  • Know exactly what journals an author submitted to

Pricing and Set Up FAQs

How much does it cost to subsidize Scholastica law review submissions?

There is a per-journal cost to subsidize law review submissions for authors at your institution. See pricing details for the current cost.

A submission is when an author submits a single manuscript to a single law review. For example, if an author submits one manuscript to 5 law reviews, the total submission fee would be 5 times the current cost per submission (see current cost per submission here).

Why should I set up an institutional account for law review submissions?

Over 700 law reviews use Scholastica to receive articles and manage article selection. Setting up an institutional account is the fastest and easiest way to subsidize submissions to those law reviews for faculty at your university.

By signing up for an institutional account, you can pay submission fees on behalf of authors affiliated with your institution upfront rather than processing retroactive reimbursements.

How will I be billed?

After creating an account, you'll be asked to add a credit card for your institution and select a payment method. Payment methods include:

Automatic Invoicing: Your card will be automatically billed every month for any author submissions during that time frame. Learn more.

Pre-purchased Institutional Funds: Pre-purchase institutional funds and we will automatically deduct the appropriate amount from your total whenever your authors submit a manuscript. Learn more.

Which journals may my institution's authors submit to?

Your authors may submit to any journal currently accepting submission through Scholastica. Some of our journals include: