The Midwest Law Journal (hereinafter MLJ) is an official publication of the Midwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business. The MLJ was started in 1981 as the Midwest Law Review and was renamed MLJ in 2006. Manuscripts undergo a blind referee selection process; the current rate of acceptance is approximately less than 20%. The mission of the MLJ is to publish articles of general interest to teachers of business law, the legal environment, and related fields of law. The current frequency of publication is approximately one issue per year, depending on the availability of good quality manuscripts. The MLJ is listed on Cabells, accessible on the Web at LexisNexis, and the ISBN number for the Vol. 23, MLJ is 978-1-58909-866-4.
Manuscripts and all correspondence referencing a manuscript should be sent to:Attn: Co-Editors Ilya A. Lipin & Douglas O. Smith
Questions about the operation of the Journal should be directed to:Attn: Co-Editors Ilya A. Lipin & Douglas O. Smith
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