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Call for Submissions: Fall Anniversary Issue
“Voice of the Voiceless”

The St. Thomas Law Review is pleased to announce our exclusive Fall Anniversary Issue submission track for Volume 30, to be published in the 2017-2018 year. This call for papers solicits unpublished papers that analyze controversial topics surrounding unrepresented and underrepresented groups in society.

The theme of the Volume 30 Edition of our Anniversary issue, “Voice of the Voiceless“, is to bring to light several controversial topics that are novel and have been subject to debate within the media and the legal community focusing on unrepresented and underrepresented groups.

At this time we are looking for scholarly articles that are at least 20, but no more than 45, pages in length, double spaced, but will also consider shorter submissions. We look for strong writing, well-reasoned analysis, and accurate footnote citations. We are professional, easy to work with, and produce high-quality edits.

Articles can be submitted through Scholastica, via this website or by e-mail. Please attach a cover letter and curriculum vitae with each submission.

Seasonal Publications

Founded in 1987, our scholarly journal is dedicated to the exposure and the development of novel legal issues through academic writing.







Join our community of scholars. Submit your article for consideration today!


Published Student Articles

In academic law, the principal vehicle for the publication of scholarly work is the scholarly journal. In addition to our prestigious authors, our members are blossoming academic writers. Each year our members write comments discussing a novel legal issue of their choice. The following selected student authors unveil unique legal conflicts and present individualized solutions based on thorough research and in-depth analysis.


Unfair Foreclosure Process: Protecting the Tenants that Pay Your Mortgage

By: Dania L. Sancho

Governing Law

America’s Mental Health System: Closing the Revolving Door Between Hospitals, Correctional Facilities, & the Streets

By: Cristina Bianchi

Therapeutic Justice

Colleges and Universities: A Place to Get Away With Rape

By: Evelin Mac Clay


Sexting and the Fate of First-Time Offenders in Florida

By: Bernadette Guerra


Student Run. Student Organized.

“We are pleased to meet you!”
As a student-run organization, we think it is important
for you to meet the law students that will be reviewing and sourcing your articles.

2017-2018 Executive Board

Chanae Wood

Managing Editor
Elizabeth Irazabal

Executive Editor
Becky Saka

Articles Solicitation Editor
Agnieszka Chiapperini

Executive Notes and Comments Editors
Johanne Larosiliere and Frank Samitier

Senior Articles Editors 
Idelys Martinez, Amanda Spencer, and Jessica Vega

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Alumni Strong

“Either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing.”
Benjamin Franklin