The Journal accepts solicited and unsolicited articles, except for articles previously published. If an article is accepted for peer-review, then the Journal acquires the right of first publication. The author may elect to have the article immediately posted online as a work-under-review to expedite publication and receive additional comments from online readers.
Full-length articles should be a minimum of 6000 words. Articles will not be returned to authors. Authors should also submit a current resume.
Articles and resumes in electronic form may be submitted through ExpressO or sent via email to: JLTP@law.illinois.edu. Hard copies can be sent by U.S. mail to:
Journal of Law, Technology & Policy
University of Illinois College of Law
504 East Pennsylvania Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820 USA
Feedback from Past Authors
"My experience publishing with the University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy was very positive. The Journal is a great publication and a wonderful resource. I feel privileged to have been able to contribute to it." -- Chief Judge James F. Holderman
"The editorial team at JTLP were excellent. They conducted their work with quiet and respectful efficiency whilst giving me significant intellectual scope to complete my article as desired. It was a pleasant experience publishing with JTLP and I would certainly consider publishing with the journal again in the future." -- Dr. Mark Burdon
"I appreciated the opportunity to publish in a peer reviewed US-based journal. Happy to say something to the effect of the importance of peer review as quality control (which we have in Australia)." -- Lyria Bennett Moses
"I had a very good experience working with your journal. I found your staff to be courteous and professional." -- Mike McNerney
"I was published in the Fall issue of the 2009 volume. I found the editors and staff to be very professional and timely in their communications, and the editorial staff went above and beyond the call of duty in their citation review, with numerous useful suggestions for improvement.
I also found the Peer Review process to be beneficial, and appreciated the effort made by the peer reviewer. As not all Law Journals provide this added service, it seems to me that JLTP may want to further highlight this distinguishing characteristic." -- Frank Douma