Here's a stupid question for the end of July. I was wondering if anyone would like to weigh in on the issue of formatting articles for submission to law reviews. I have usually used the Word template that Eugene Volokh posts on his website because many years ago I was told it would give me an "edge" at getting editors' attention. Now, everyone uses that format and I have inadvertently been drafting an article in a good old-fashioned Word format. I'm wondering if now I could buck the trend and my article will garner attention for *failing* to look like all the other articles.
Seriously, though, I'm interested in whether there are any specific word templates, fonts etc that law review editors prefer for submissions these days. In the digital age, I assume they can re-format however they like at the push of a button so it's probably a moot point, but it's been niggling away at me so I thought I see if there are any new trends emerging.