The Journal is no longer accepting submissions for Volume 29. Any submission that we receive will be passed on to next year’s editorial board for consideration for inclusion in Volume 30. Next year’s editorial board will be selected in February 2016 and they will begin selecting articles for inclusion Volume 30 shortly thereafter.

The mission of our Journal is to explore the legal, ethical, and policy considerations of each topic within the framework of the Judeo-Christian intellectual and moral tradition. We seek to publish authors who address that tradition while forming a compelling analysis of issues relevant to the current legal landscape.

However, we view ourselves to be fairly open in terms of style and genre, and will give consideration to any articles that advance the dialogue on either of these important issues. Besides serious moral contemplation, we also are advocates of writing that is passionate, engaging, cogent, original and thoughtful.

The Journal welcomes unsolicited submissions by email only. Please send your submission to . A brief cover letter is suggested but not required.

Text and footnotes should conform to The Bluebook (19th ed. 2010). The Journal is published utilizing The Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed. 2010).

The selection process generally takes place during the spring. Please submit articles as soon as possible to ensure our most careful evaluation. We accept and encourage scholarly articles and reflective essays from law professors, judges, legal practitioners, political scientists, politicians, clerics, and other academic and civic leaders.