Southeastern Environmental Law Journal
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Why seek publication with SELJ?
The Southeastern Environmental Law Journal publishes articles, essays, and book reviews on timely and important issues in resource use and regulation, environmental policy, science and technology control, law and economics, international environmental law, and other topics relating to law and the environment.
SELJ's publications are cited in academic and legal publications and contexts. They are available online, carried in national legal libraries, and distributed to law schools, judges, and attorneys across the nation. Thus, publication in SELJ provides a respectable citation and exposure for any author.
SELJ publishes twice per year, thus ensuring that there is ample time to make needed edits to an author's article. All papers published in SELJ are critically reviewed in multiple editing rounds by an enthusiastic team of student editors, some of whom came to South Carolina School of Law specifically to study environmental law.