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January 26, 2009

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Stephanie

The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology also solicits and accepts full-length book review essays. We would love to be added to your list.

Book review submission guidelines should be clarified on our website soon. Because the 2009-2010 volume celebrates the Journal's centennial, we may also solicit some special-format book reviews.

In the meantime, interested parties are welcome to contact me (incoming Book Review Editor) with proposals:

s-kollmann2010 AT nlaw DOT northwestern DOT edu

Many thanks,
Stephanie Kollmann

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