Article Submissions

The St. Thomas Journal of Complex Litigation welcomes article submissions via the following mediums:

Scholastica: Submit via Scholastica

ExpressO: Submit via ExpressO

E-mail: Submit via E-mail

General Guidelines

All articles submitted to the St. Thomas Journal of Complex Litigation must include an abstract. This abstract must be on a separate page from the body of the article and may not be longer than 500 words.


All text, including quotations and footnotes, should be prepared in double-spaced typescript according to latest edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation.

The electronic version should be in Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, or Rich Text format (RTF). The author’s name should appear on the title page. Please provide your full address, including e-mail, in all correspondence.


A manuscript that has been published or that is currently under consideration for publication elsewhere in either article or book form should not be submitted. The Journal will not consider submissions that duplicate other published works in either wording or substance.