American Journal of Law & Medicine

The American Journal of Law & Medicine (AJLM) is the country’s leading health law journal. Its scope is broad, covering topics ranging from health law and policy, to the legal, ethical and economic aspects of medical practice, research and education. The journal publishes articles written by professors, attorneys and other professionals, as well as student notes and comments. AJLM is also a peer-reviewed journal, with leading experts in health law reviewing every manuscript selected for publication. It is published by the Boston University School of Law in conjunction with the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics.

AJLM is excited to announce that we will be accepting papers to be published in the American Journal of Law & Medicine. If you are a student, professor, attorney, or other professional, please consider submitting your work to one of the country’s leading health law journals. This is an open call for papers from any academic perspective, including, but not limited to, law, public health, medicine, economics, bioethics, history, and anthropology. Please note that while we will accept papers on any topic, we ask that the topic is related to health law in some way.

Submission Instructions: Please send your completed paper, professional CV, as well as complete contact information to ajlm@bu.edu. Completed articles must be no longer than 70 pages, including proper bluebook citations, and must be related to health law in some way. Selected authors will be notified following a peer-review process. Submissions are on a rolling basis, and those not selected for the spring edition will be considered for fall.