GLR Online


The Georgia Law Review is pleased to announce the expansion of its Online Companion, the Georgia Law Review Online, as well as our organization’s new website,

The Georgia Law Review Online will feature short, op-ed length essays by professors, practitioners, and judges focused on timely legal issues. Given the proud tradition of both the University of Georgia School of Law and the Georgia Law Review as preeminent legal institutions in the region, we are confident that the Georgia Law Review Online is well-positioned to deliver leading, quality commentary on legal developments in the Eleventh Circuit and beyond. To accompany these timely and succinct essays, our new website will feature a student-driven blog that summarizes relevant cases published by the Eleventh Circuit. The Georgia Law Review Online will also feature responses to articles published in the Georgia Law Review, providing a platform for scholarly discussion about the topics raised in our print publications. Finally, the Georgia Law Review Online will accept shorter blog-style commentary pieces for consideration if they reflect an immediate response to an important change in the legal landscape.

The Georgia Law Review will publish essays in the Georgia Law Review Online on a rolling basis and will begin accepting submissions immediately. Submissions should be no more than around 10,000 words and lightly footnoted. Essays chosen for publication will be edited by Georgia Law Review staff members.

If you have any questions or are interested in contributing to the Georgia Law Review Online, please contact our Executive Online Editor at To submit an essay for consideration, please provide the following materials: 1) a copy of the submission; 2) a brief abstract of the submission; and 3) a resume or CV. We look forward to continuing the Georgia Law Review’s tradition of advancing scholarly legal discussion, and we hope you can contribute your voice to our Online Companion.


Ryan Giles

Taryn Winston
Executive Online Editor