Florida Tax Review
The Florida Tax Review, one of only a few faculty-edited academic law reviews, is published by the Graduate Tax Program of the University of Florida College of Law. The Florida Tax Review publishes articles, essays, and book reviews by leading legal academics, practitioners, and economists. Its current Editor-in-Chief is Professor Martin J. McMahon, Jr., and other members of the Graduate Tax Program Faculty serve as Associate Editors The Florida Tax Review annually awards fellowships to a number of Graduate Tax Students who assist the faculty editorial board.
Each volume of the Florida Tax Review consists of ten issues, which are distributed through Tax Analysts. A special invitational issue is devoted to an annual international tax symposium. The day-long symposium provides a forum for the invited eminent academics and practitioners to discuss their work.
The Florida Tax Review prefers electronic submissions e-mailed to FTR@law.ufl.edu. in Microsoft Word. If a hard copy submission is necessary, please mail your article to:
Florida Tax Review
University of Florida College of Law
P.O. Box. 117634
Gainesville, FL 32611-7634
Although the Florida Tax Review has no minimum or maximum page requirements for submissions, it does have a strong preference for submissions that are 30,000 words or less, including text and footnotes. The Florida Tax Review will consider manuscripts at any time. All citations should follow A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF CITATION (19th ed.); however, some modifications will be made by our editors to conform to the Florida Tax Review Styles Manuel.
The Board of Editors will endeavor to decide within three weeks whether to publish a manuscript. After the decision has been made to publish, the Review is committed to expediting publication. Manuscripts selected for publication as Articles generally are expected to be published within three months after acceptance.
To request expedited review of an article, please do so by sending an e-mail toFTR@law.ufl.edu. Please include “request for expedited review” in the subject line of the e-mail. Any such request must include the name of the competing journal that has extended a publication offer and the date by which a decision is due. Expedited review of an article by a particular deadline may not be possible. A request for an expedited review should be made only upon the understanding that if an offer to publish the manuscript is forthcoming, the author will immediately accept the offer to publish the article in the Florida Tax Review.
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