The Supreme Court Review
Since it first appeared in 1960, the Supreme Court Review has won acclaim for providing a sustained and authoritative survey of the implications of the Court's most significant decisions. SCR is an in-depth annual critique of the Supreme Court and its work, keeping up on the forefront of the origins, reforms, and interpretations of American law. SCR is written by and for legal academics, judges, political scientists, journalists, historians, economists, policy planners, and sociologists. The Supreme Court Review is edited by Dennis J. Hutchinson, David A. Strauss, and Geoffrey R. Stone.
The Supreme Court Review welcomes unsolicited manuscripts. Three hard copies of each submission should be sent to Dennis Hutchinson, 1111 East 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637. Although the majority of authors work primarily in American law schools, the Review is eager to publish work by historians, political scientists and other scholars who illuminate the decisions and institutional behavior of the Court.
The Review publishes annually in the Spring. Editorial decisions are made twice a year, once in June and then again in September for volumes to be published in the following Spring. Editable mss. are expected no later than Labor Day the previous fall and should follow The Maroon Book style guide. Editing is generally completed by December 1. Authors have the opportunity to correct technical errors and to up-date citations in mid-January in page proofs.
The Review is published by The University of Chicago Press, which owns the legal copyright for the entire contents of each volume; authors are understood to retain an equitable copyright in their work, and indeed articles frequently form the basis of more extended publications at a later date.