Scholastica is a law review submission service by which scholars may manage and track paper submissions to multiple journals. Yale Law School students, lecturers, fellows, and research scholars may be reimbursed by the Library for the costs of Scholastica submissions, with the following limitations: Reimbursement for Ph.D., J.S.D., and LLM. students, lecturers, fellows, and research scholars is limited to a maximum of 60 submissions per article. Reimbursement for J.D. students is limited to a maximum of 30 submissions per article.
The procedure for reimbursement is that you must create your own Scholastica account, pay the submission costs yourself, then contact Fred Shapiro Associate Director for Collections and Special Projects. He will arrange for reimbursement.
Yale Law School professors should contact Fred Shapiro, to get access to our faculty Scholastica account.
Washington & Lee’s Submissions & Rankings database can be a useful resource in a targeted submission strategy.