Submissions

Thank you for your interest in the Arizona State Sports & Entertainment Law Journal (SELJ).

SELJ seeks to promote debate and dialogue on issues concerning the developing fields of sports and entertainment law. The Journal provides research and analysis on such diverse areas including agency law, anti-trust law, contract law, cyber law, entertainment law, intellectual property law, labor law, rights of publicity, sports law, and the First Amendment. 

If you are a professor, law student, or practitioner involved with the sports and entertainment industries, we welcome both Article and Blog submissions.

Article Submissions

SELJ publishes biannually in the spring and fall in both digital and print versions. All manuscript submissions should include the author’s curriculum vitae or resume, and all articles are reviewed on a rolling basis. We are currently accepting submissions for both Issues of Volume 14.

Submissions to the Journal may be made through Scholastica, Bepress, or by email. If you have any questions concerning submissions, please email the Journal’s Submissions Chair.

Text and Citations should conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (21st ed. 2020).

Blog Submissions

The Journal’s blog addresses current headline news topics concerning sports and entertainment law. In contrast to a journal article, a blog post should be limited in scope and approximately between 500 – 1000 words. Citations should conform to the current Bluebook citation style. Blog post submissions are accepted year-round, on a rolling basis.

Please submit your blog as a Microsoft Word document (or compatible format) and curriculum vitae to the Technology Editor.

The Sports & Entertainment Law Journal should be cited as: Ariz. St. Sports & Ent. L.J.