The Harvard Journal on Legislation is now accepting student submissions for its next volume. A statement of interest is due Nov. 27, and a full draft is required by Dec. 10. JOL will consider articles on any policy or legislation-related issue. We welcome submissions on a wide range of topics — law, policy, politics, history — as long as the subject matter will be of interest to policymakers. The journal is looking for two types of student writing: longer, more formal pieces to be published as Student Notes in the journal and shorter pieces for online publication. JOL will work with you to organize and develop your writing into the final article. If you have a final paper from class, this can be a great opportunity to turn it into published work. Please submit a statement of interest for a student note submission by November 27 at: http://goo.gl/forms/Iah0J5euLe. You can read more about the process at http://harvardjol.com/submissions/. We look forward to your submissions.