Energy Law Journal Editor and Article Publication Opportunities

March 9, 2018
Dear EBA Members, 
The Energy Law Journal (ELJ), one of a handful of peer-reviewed law journals, is a preeminent energy publication providing thought-provoking and deeply researched articles by practitioners, academics, Federal judges, high-ranking federal and state government officials, members of FERC and state regulatory commissions, and others.
Twice a year, the Energy Bar Association (EBA) publishes legal, policy, and economic articles of lasting interest with significant research value on subjects dealing with the energy industries. Article topics include U.S. and international energy legal, policy, and economic issues and increasingly, issues at the intersection of energy, the environment, and climate change.
The ELJ has about 2000 subscribers, including all EBA members and people from eight countries. Electronic courtesy copies are distributed to the federal courts, federal lawmakers and policymakers, and federal and state energy and environmental regulators.
We currently have positions open on our Editorial Board. If you are interested in serving as an editor of the ELJ, please contact Bob Fleishman or Harvey Reiter by April 13, 2018.
We welcome the submission of draft articles. Details for submitting articles for consideration are available on the ELJ website.
The Foundation of the Energy Law Journal is committed to the goals of fostering an inclusive and diverse membership and increasing diversity among both our editors and the authors of articles published by the ELJ.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Robert S. Fleishman, Editor-in-Chief, 202.887.8768,
Harvey L. Reiter, Executive Editor, 202.728.3016,