Stanford Environmental Law Journal grew out of regular Environmental Law Society activities of collected annual their writing. This was such a regular occurrence that it was decided to to be separate organization in 1991. Where they continued to published annual volumes.The Journal cover topics such as environmental, natural resources law, climate change and environmental policy, law and economics, international environmental law, as well as animal rights, toxic torts, environmental ethics, and book review. Since there was an increase of submitting articles, in 1996, the Stanford Environmental Law Journal had switched to an biannual publication to include more of the submission, Current practice for the Stanford Environmental Law Journal is to accepts submission year round by electronic submission through email or Scholastica. The Stanford Environmental Law Journal takes submissions by Students, Alumni, and professor. The January issue are all the article submitted by during February to August. Whereas the June Issue covers articles submitted from August to February of a given year. The Article Review Board Chair will notified author that they have received the file. It will then be review by the student editing staff. If the submission is accepted , Editor will send a contract to the author to transfer copyright to the Stanford Environmental Law Journal. At which time than Lead Article Editor will check all footnote citations for accuracy, format, and clarity.
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