The Barry Law Review provides a forum for scholars, practitioners and members to discuss significant legal issues of local or national concern. The Review is managed and edited exclusively by upper class students. Membership is by invitation, based on either exceptional academic achievement or performance on an annual writing competition.
Law Review members are required to write an article of publishable quality during their first year of membership. Participation on the Review provides each student with an opportunity to develop and refine analytical, research, organizational, and writing skills that are paramount in the successful practice of law.
The editors welcome unsolicited submissions of articles, comments and notes for consideration. Manuscripts should be titled, with the title printed on each page as a header, and page numbers as footers; formatted in Microsoft Word, double-spaced 12-point font, margins of 1.25 inches on all sides and footnotes at the bottom of the page. Text and footnotes should conform to the latest version of the Bluebook citation manual. Authors may submit manuscripts by any one of the following methods:
- Hard-copy binder-clipped 8.5 x 11-inch paper; or
- CD-ROM recordable disc; or
- As an e-mail attachment.
All correspondence should be sent to: Editor-in-Chief, Barry Law Review, Barry University School of Law, 6441 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32807-3673, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the Berkeley Electronic Press at Expresso.