is organized and published by students at the
University of California, Berkeley School of Law
(Boalt Hall). We seek submissions from scholars, students, and
practitioners in both the private and public
While CCLR publishes on a wide variety of
topics related to criminal law and policy, we also
invite articles on unique issues facing California
and other Western states, book reviews, and pieces
on developing important practice skills.
California Criminal Law Review (CCLR) was
founded in 2000 as a forum for the discussion of
current criminal law and policy issues. By focusing on criminal law and policy matters, our objective
is to serve as a valuable resource to the academic
and practicing communities.
To that end, CCLR is entirely web-based
to facilitate accessibility for its readers.
The California Criminal Law Review is currently accepting submissions for
for publication in our Fall
2004 edition (publication date will be
December 2004 or January 2005).
Submissions should be in the form of a word processor file. If you are using a program other than Microsoft
Word, please send your file in
simple text format. To submit an article, please
e-mail it as an
attachment to our Submissions Department. Please also include
your contact information. We seek to respond within one month. If you desire more immediate confirmation that your submission has been received, and require "fast-track" acceptance, please so indicate
that in your e-mail.