About this Journal
Education laws and policy consistently occupy a position of prominence in public and professional debate, local and national legislatures, and the judicial system. Since 1992, the Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal (ELJ) has striven to provide important information and generate scholarly discussion concerning important educational issues. Published biannually, each ELJ edition highlights legal and policy issues currently affecting elementary, secondary, and higher education.
Specifically, the ELJ serves as a forum in which top legal scholars, practitioners, administrators, educators, and students from across the country share diverse and thought-provoking viewpoints. This innovative nationally edited double blind peer-reviewed journal focuses exclusively on the field of education law and plays a prominent role in educational scholarship. It is currently the only double blind actual peer reviewed journal in this discipline, and one of the few that exist as law journals or reviews. The board of editors is a national board of prominent scholars in the field who act as peer reviewers.
Papers dealing with any area of education law are considered by the Journal staff for publication. An abstract and the author’s resume or vita should be included with each submission. Papers should be submitted electronically through the Bepress site. The web address is https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byuelj/. Subsequent communications will be sent to authors by e-mail. To subscribe to the Journal, obtain past issues, make comments, or ask questions, please contact the Journal at:
BYU Education and Law Journal
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602 (801) 422-5039