Attorneys, law school and accounting professors, and accountants are encouraged to submit articles. A primary purpose of the Akron Tax Journal is to aid the tax practitioner. Accordingly, articles adopting a pragmatic or "how-to" approach to a problematic area of taxation will be given the most favorable consideration. Submissions will also be reviewed on the basis of timeliness, substantive merit, originality, and writing style.
Although every effort will be made to acknowledge receipt of unsolicited manuscripts, such manuscripts will not be routinely returned following review by the Journal's Editorial Board. The Editorial Board further reserves the right to accept or reject all submissions and to condition publication of manuscripts on revisions to meet editorial standards set for the Journal.
Manuscripts may be attached to an e-mail directed to email@example.com or may be mailed to the Akron Law Review, Attn: Tax Journal Submission, The University of Akron School of Law, 150 University Avenue, Akron, OH 44325.