Antitrust Law Journal Publication Procedures
Antitrust Law Journal (ISSN 0003-6056) is published three times each year by the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law as a service to its members and for the benefit of lawyers, economists, academics, and judges working in the field of antitrust and consumer protection law. The Journal publishes, among other things, original articles, comments, and essays on significant current issues of antitrust and consumer protection law.
The Antitrust Law Journal welcomes the submission of original articles not previously published elsewhere. Articles will be reviewed by the Board of Editors and peer-refereed by selected scholars and practitioners. Final publication decisions rest with the Board of Editors. Student-written submissions will not be accepted. Once material is accepted for publication, it may not appear in published form, either on the Internet or in any other medium, before it is published in The Antitrust Law Journal. Please see the ABA Copyright Policy for further information on rights to, ownership, and reprinting of materials accepted for publication. Manuscripts are submitted at the sender's risk and no responsibility is assumed for the return of material. No compensation is paid for articles published. Correspondence and manuscripts should be sent to the Executive Editor, Tina Miller, by email to: email@example.com. For more information, visit us at http://www.americanbar.org/groups/antitrust_law/publications/antitrust_law_journal.html.
Material published in the Antitrust Law Journal does not express the views or the position of the American Bar Association or of the Section of Antitrust Law unless that material has been adopted on behalf of the Association by the ABA House of Delegates or has been adopted on behalf of the Section of Antitrust Law by its Council and such adoption is specifically noted in the material.
Antitrust Law Journal is distributed regularly to members of the Section. Institutions and individuals not eligible for membership in the ABA or in the Section of Antitrust Law may obtain an annual subscription to the Antitrust Law Journal for $75.00 ($85.00 for Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Possessions, and foreign countries) or copies of individual issues for $30.00 each. Special rates upon request for copies to be used in law school classes may be offered by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law.
Copies of recent issues can be obtained from the ABA Service Center at (800) 285-2221; fax (312) 988-5528; email firstname.lastname@example.org. Back issues published two or more years ago can be purchased from William S. Hein & Co. Inc., (800) 828-7571; fax (761) 883-8100; email email@example.com. Subscriptions are available from the ABA Service Center or the ABA Web Store, http://apps.americanbar.org/abastore/index.cfm. Individual articles are available on Westlaw, LEXIS, and the Antitrust Section Web site by searching SAL (for Section members).
Copyright American Bar Association. All rights reserved. Requests to reproduce portions of an issue should be addressed to: Manager, Copyrights & Licensing, American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark, Chicago, IL 60654-7598; tel. (312) 988-6102; fax (312) 988-6030; e-mail Kim.Turner@americanbar.org.
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