Commitment to Excellence
New Mexico Law Review (NMLR) is a student-run legal publication. All articles undergo a group review process and, for those articles chosen for publication, an extensive editorial review and revisions by third-year law students at The University of New Mexico School of Law. NMLR is committed to the highest standards of quality and integrity in the publication of articles, case notes, and reviews.
NMLR editors work to identify plagiarism and methodically review articles under consideration for publication for citation manipulation and/or data falsification. The University of New Mexico does not encourage research misconduct or plagiarism, nor knowingly allow this to take place. NMLR will publish corrections, clarifications, retractions, and apologies diligently if and when they are required.
Submitting an Article
The New Mexico Law Review welcomes articles on law and law-related topics, particularly those of interest to practitioners in New Mexico and the region. NMLR does not charge a fee for submitting articles.
The NMLR does not publish:
- Student authors, except NMLR members
- Press releases
The material submitted to the New Mexico Law Review must be original work and previously unpublished, in whole or in part. Author should obtain permission for use of any copyrighted materials or trademarks, and provide this consent to NMLR.
The NMLR prides itself on its open access policies; all articles are available upon completion with no embargo period. If you, the author, are subject to any mandates from your institution, funder, or government regarding access that is not described on this web site, please consult with NMLR prior to signing any agreements.
Furthermore, articles must conform to the guidelines established for Manuscript Preparation for Accepted Authors. Please review these guidelines prior to submitting an article.
Please visit our website for more information on submitting an article.