ALSB Publications

In addition to the two  publications below, the ALSB publishes a Newsletter for members three times each academic year:  fall, winter, and spring.  Information for the Newsletters may be submitted to Executive Secretary, Dan Herron, at  Members may access issues of the Newsletter by logging into the Members Only site.

American Business Law Journal

The American Business Law Journal is a quarterly law review published by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. The Journal is very selective and is double-blind, peer reviewed. Over 900 libraries subscribe to the ABLJ, as well as the 1,000+ ALSB members. Additionally, the journal is available on Westlaw and Lexis.

American Business Law Journal Online:

  • Article Submissions

Unsolicited articles are welcome for publication consideration by the ABLJ. If you are contemplating submitting a piece for ABLJ publication consideration, please review the “Contributor’s Information” below. Electronic copies of articles can be submitted to Please note that the Journal does not accept student works.

Questions concerning submissions may be forwarded to the managing editor at  General questions about the journal may be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, Robert Sprague at

  •  Call for Reviewers

The ABLJ is seeking new reviewers on a variety of legal subject areas. If you are interested in reviewing for the journal, please send your name, complete address, phone number, e-mail address and subject area expertise to the managing editor, Miriam Alberts at

  • Subscriptions and Advertising

ABLJ subscription and advertising information may be obtained by contacting:

ABLJ Ordering and Subscription Inquiries

Advertising Inquiries

A subscription to the ABLJ (as well as the Journal of Legal Studies Education) is automatic with membership in the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Membership in the Academy is $60 per year. Correspondence regarding membership should be directed to Daniel J. Herron, ALSB Executive Secretary, 2011 Farmer School of Business, Department of Finance, Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056;

ABLJ Contributor’s Information

ABLJ Editorial Board


Journal of Legal Studies Education

The Journal of Legal Studies Education is published twice a year. The journal is a selective double-blind, peer reviewed publication focusing on pedagogical issues within business legal studies. Please review the “Information for Contributors or Submissions” below.

Journal of Legal Studies Education:

A subscription to the journal is included with all ALSB memberships. Individual and institutional journal subscriptions may be obtained from:

JLSE Ordering and Subscription Inquiries

Advertising in the JLSE is also accepted. Information regarding advertising, including rates, may be obtained from Wiley  Publishing as well here:

JLSE Advertising Inquiries

Manuscripts for publication consideration are encouraged. Information for contributors may be obtained from the JLSE Editor-in-Chief,  Debra Burke, Western Carolina University.