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Friday, March 9, 2012

Notre Dame's Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy soliciting papers

            The Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy is currently soliciting articles for publication in our upcoming Spring 2013 issue. The issue will focus on the legal, ethical and policy considerations on a variety of important public policy issues currently facing the country. The Journal is unique among legal periodicals because it examines public policy questions within the framework of the Judeo-Christian intellectual and moral tradition. The Journal seeks to create a dialogue of ethical issues that is inclusive of diverse perspectives.  The Journal has a national audience of persons actively involved in the formulation of public policy, and often includes timely pieces from a broad spectrum of prominent scholars and officials.  Past contributors include Presidents George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, Justice William J. Brennan, Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Judges Richard Posner and Diarmuid O’Scannlain, Senators Bill Bradley and Orrin Hatch, Governor Mario Cuomo, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Father Richard John Neuhaus, and Michael Novak, among others. The Journal’s unique focus is widely recognized, as demonstrated in citations to the Journal by various state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. 

            If you are interested in submitting a piece for publication, please contact me directly at (505) 280-8334, or via e-mail at bhoughto@nd.edu.  Should you wish to examine a prior issue, the Journal would be pleased to provide you with a copy.  On behalf of myself, the Journal, and the University of Notre Dame, thank you for your kind consideration.


Breanna Houghton (bhoughto@nd.edu)
Solicitation Editor
Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy


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