The Regulatory Review welcomes outside submissions, typically in the range of 750 to 1,000 words, on any and all issues related to regulation. We also welcome submissions responding to essays previously published in The Regulatory Review. Despite a high volume of submissions, we commit to providing prompt editorial decisions. Following a decision to accept a submitted essay for publication, our editorial team subjects each essay to a thorough internal editing process to ensure conformity with The Regulatory Review’s standards and style conventions. Accordingly, accepted submissions typically undergo multiple rounds of review and exchange with authors before being scheduled for publication.
By submitting to The Regulatory Review, you agree that:
- Your submission has not been previously published or posted elsewhere and is neither currently under review anywhere else nor will it be submitted elsewhere pending our review and editing.
- We can work with you to edit your work to meet our editorial standards.
- You grant The Regulatory Review, Penn Law, and the University of Pennsylvania a license to publish your submission online. If we accept and publish your edited submission, you may subsequently republish it on another website, provided that the republished piece indicates that it first appeared on The Regulatory Review and that the republished piece includes a hyperlink to the The Regulatory Review page containing the original publication of your essay.
- Your submission does not in any way infringe on anyone else’s copyright or other rights.
Submissions should include hyperlinks in lieu of footnotes or academic references.
If you are interested in submitting, please click the button below and follow the instructions:
Please be sure to submit your essay as a Word document.