Chris Jennison is Lead Articles Editor of the Syracuse Law and Civic Engagement Forum. Chris writes that his publication is an:
interdisciplinary journal and blog hosted between Syracuse University’s College of Law, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, focusing on the intersection between law, policy and media. SLACE not only advances the civic dialogue but recognizes that the law is a truly interdisciplinary institution. Our 2014-2015 edition is broadly focusing on criminal law, implications of sentencing, reform of the justice system, and ethics of capital punishment.
I am writing to ask whether . . . your readers would be interested in submitting an article for our journal by January 2015. We are asking that authors submit articles in the range of 20-35 pages.
If you have an interest, contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.538.5705. From Chris’ e-mail, I think there are many people who read this blog that would have interesting views on criminal law, implications of sentencing, reform of the justice system, and ethic of capital punishment. One young writer and commentator, SLS, comes to mind in particular, but there are many others.