About the Journal
The Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review is a practitioner-focused publication. Our content includes articles, comments, notes, and blog posts addressing regulatory, securities, corporate, tax, intellectual property, and other legal issues involving emerging companies and institutional investors.
Call for Submissions
We are currently soliciting content on the topic of race and law as it relates to business and entrepreneurship. Selected scholarship will be published in a joint issue on race and law put together by seven journals in the University of Michigan Law School. To submit your work for review, please email Julia Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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