An Introduction to Publishing Law Journal Articles

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Sabine Jean, UCLA Law Student, Graduate Writing Center Consultant

This presentation is an introduction to publishing law journal articles, with information on choosing a paper to submit, selecting an appropriate journal, revising, submitting, and responding to journal decisions. (Approx. 30 mins. recorded in 2017.)

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Introduction to Publishing Law Journal Articles Video

Sabine Jean completed a JD from UCLA School of Law with a Critical Race Studies Specialization in 2017. She also completed the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy. She has BA degrees in Government and Afro-American Studies from Smith College and a MST degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Fordham University Graduate School of Education. She is a Teach for America alumna and has three years of experience teaching ESL at the elementary school level, and was managing editor on the UCLA Law Review and the National Black Law Journal.

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