In an effort to empathize with those people on the entry level market anxiously awaiting calls from interested schools, I thought I might try and start a parallel "anxiety thread" for law profs and aspiring law profs who are currently waiting for calls from law reviews about their fall submissions. As a recently appointed associate dean for research I have a particular stake in this because I want all my colleagues to do well so I'm trying to get a feel for how the season is progressing. Are journals already making offers? Are people trading up yet? Or have you been left by the wayside? I noticed last week that on Expresso it seemed that only about 34 of the Top 50 general journals are accepting submissions at the moment - although some of those might not be filled, but rather might be accepting fall submissions later in the semester. I also know that a couple of my colleagues have offers from good journals, and it does seem that a good portion of the Top 50 are at least saying that they are now in a position to honor expedite requests. Does anyone else want to share their experiences of this submission season in terms of number of offers received or rough "rankings" of journals making offers? Has anyone tried LexOpus this go around?