The Houston Business and Tax Law Journal’s ("HBTLJ") Submissions Editor Andrew Doud emailed me last week seeking help in getting the word out that the HBTLJ is looking for new intellectual property articles.  This is a great opportunity for those looking to publish articles.  Here is a little more about what the HBTLJ is looking for, according to Doud:

HBTLJ is a scholarly journal published by students at the University of Houston Law Center.  The Journal is a medium for academic discussion and practical application insight in business, commerce, taxation, and intellectual property. 

The HBTLJ is specifically seeking IP articles, they do not need to have a tax perspective.  Here are the submission guidelines

  • An abstract should accompany each submission;
  • Submissions should be typed and double spaced (preferably in MS Word);
  • Completed manuscripts must conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (18th ed. 2005); and
  • A contacts page containing the author’s name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address should accompany each submission.

Please forward articles for consideration to this email and direct questions to Doud here.