The Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology (SciTech) welcomes the submission of unsolicited manuscripts for articles, notes, and comments concerning the interaction between science, technology and the law.
SciTech is no longer accepting submissions for Volume 27. Submissions for Volume 28 will begin in May 2017.
SciTech maintains an Advisory Board, which offers an exciting collaboration between our student-run publication and a select group of legal professionals. Due to the review procedure, expedite requests with turn around times of less than 10 days cannot be honored.
The Journal generally conforms with The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th edition 2015), published by the Harvard Law Review Association, in conjunction with the Columbia Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal.
SciTech aims to ensure that accepted articles conform to proper citation, spelling and grammar rules; however, we do not alter authors' substantive work and style. Prior to publication of any work, the author will receive a final version of his or her article for review and approval.
SciTech currently accepts submissions through ExpressO. Additionally, direct submission of manuscripts, in Microsoft Word format, may be submitted to our Selections Editor at email@example.com.
FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS, please include your contact information, a current resume or CV, and clearly label the paper as an article or a student-submitted piece.