The Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management is currently accepting submissions.  

If you have any questions or want to submit a piece to LTRM please contact You can also submit pieces for consideration through Scholastica or BePress using the respective links below.

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Submission Requirements:

  • Articles should be less than 35,000 words (including footnotes).
  • LTRM considers pieces that are technical, legal, or business in nature and accepts content that is considered articles, essays, or book reviews.
  • Citations should conform to the 20th edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.
  • Please include with your submission the following information for each author:
    • Name
    • Mailing Address
    • Email Address
    • Phone Number
    • Author’s CV

We give offers of publications in email. Our policy is to give authors one week to decide whether or not to accept an offer of publication.

Expedite Requests

Expedite requests should be made online via BePress. Regrettably, the Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management is not able to confirm receipt of an expedite request. However, we will contact you if there is interest in the piece.



Articles provide a comprehensive discussion of a particular area of technology, insurance, and law and follow a traditional roadmap of an introduction, background information, arguments, and conclusion.


Essays typically start new conversations, rather than entering existing ones by employing methodologies atypical for law review article. When evaluating pieces for publication, the Articles & Essays Department will look for work that methodologically, stylistically, or topically diverges from more familiar modes of legal scholarship. We are especially interested in pieces that make us think about the law in new and diverse ways.

Book Reviews

Book reviews provide scholars with an opportunity to advance the conversation in their discipline by anchoring their commentary in a substantial work by a different author. LTRM looks for book reviews that place an author’s original research in conversation with existing works.