The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal (CPILJ) is proud to announce the publication of its latest edition, available at http://www.law.uconn.edu/journals/cpilj/current_edition.htm
. CPILJ is an on-line publication, run exclusively by University of Connecticut School of Law students, dedicated to promoting non-partisan discussion of various legal aspects related to political, economic, and social issues. We will be accepting article submissions for the Spring 2004 Edition and invite you, your colleagues, all professionals, and students to make a journal submission.
We welcome articles, commentaries, and book reviews from a broad range of individuals including: practitioners, academics, judges, students, public officials, and non-lawyers interested in promoting discussions that affect the public interest.
All submissions received before January 15, 2004 will be reviewed by the editorial board and qualify to be considered for the Outstanding Vision Awards. The top submission will receive $200 and the second place submission will receive an award of $100.
Back issues of CPILJ are available at http://www.law.uconn.edu/journals/cpilj/past_editions.htm
. In early 2004, CPILJ will also be published retroactively in LexisNexis.
If you have questions regarding submissions please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
<mailto:email@example.com or phone at (860) 570-5267. We look forward to reviewing your submission.