Submit a Paper

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, with cut-offs for each issue. The cut-off for Issue 78(1) is September 16, 2019 at 11:59pm.

The Law Review considers all submissions which comply with our Submission Requirements. Please review that page before submitting, as any submission which does not comply will be rejected pro forma. Please direct any questions about submissions to our Editorial Manager & Director of Submissions, Amit Singh, at

To submit, please fill out the form below, attaching PDFs of your submission and a cover letter explaining how your submission makes a novel contribution to legal scholarship. Please ensure that no personally identifiable information is included in either PDF.

By submitting, you agree to our Submission Agreement, which discusses copyright and privacy.

If you are in a joint law program with another area of study, please select "Law Student (LLB/JD)" and indicate the type of joint program in the text field below. If you are an articling student or clerking for a court, you must indicate your articling principal or court of clerkship in the "Notes/Comments" section below. If you are now a first-year associate, you are eligible to submit an manuscript until the deadline for the next available issue (e.g. if you end articling in January, then you may submit at any time until August 31st for publication in the first issue of the year). Please indicate when you completed your articling in the "Notes/Comments" section below.
Indicate the law school you most recently attended.
Only .pdf formats are accepted, and the uploaded file must be less than 12 MB in size.
Files must be less than 12 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.
The cover letter should outline your paper's original contribution to the Canadian legal literature and provide any other information that could assist the Law Review in its vetting of submissions. The file must be in .pdf format and less than 4 MB in size.
Files must be less than 4 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.