In the Public InterestThe Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal, is pleased to announce a Call for Papers for our next issue. Submissions are not restricted to any topic. However, the subject matter should reflect the overall mission of the Journal. Submissions are welcome from faculty, practitioners, students and all other interested parties. Submissions may be in the form of articles, commentaries, case notes or book reviews. All editorial work on articles submitted is performed on PC-compatible computers using Microsoft Word.

Formatting Guidelines

Articles should be in Microsoft Word in Times New Roman (12 point text, 10 point footnotes; full justification; margins 2" left and right and 1.75" top and bottom). Citations should follow the Bluebook Citation format.


Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis; interested authors may submit their writings by mail to the following address:

The Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal,
Attn: Submissions Editor
University at Buffalo School of Law
403 John Lord O'Brian Hall
Buffalo, New York 14260-1100

Or via email:

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