From the FLP mailbox:
The Journal of Court Innovation invites submissions of articles about innovative programs and strategies in state court systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: jury issues, case management, judicial selection and evaluation, court structure, judicial training, technology, problem-solving courts, and efforts to create stronger links between courts and communities.
The journal was founded by the New York State Judicial Institute, the Center for Court Innovation, and Pace Law School to promote innovation among state courts. The journal seeks to bridge the worlds of theory and practice, and is written for an audience that includes court administrators, judges, lawyers, scholars, non-profit executives, legislative and executive branch officials as well as anyone working for an agency focusing on improving court systems or the administration of justice. Because of its wide audience, journal articles should be written in an accessible style. Authors can assume readers have a basic knowledge of how courts and the justice system operate but should avoid the use of technical jargon, legalistic language and acronyms whenever possible.
Submission guidelines are available here.
Inquiries or submissions should be directed to email@example.com