The Southeastern Environmental Law Journal (SELJ), formerly the South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, is published semi-annually by a student editorial board at the University of South Carolina, School of Law and distributed to law schools, judges, and attorneys across the nation. SELJ is unique in that it is one of the few environmental law journals in the Southeast. The goal of SELJ is to provide the legal community with a balanced presentation of environmental topics and an illustration of the pervasiveness of environmental law in all areas of practice.
SELJ publishes articles on a broad range of environmental topics, such as resource use and regulation, environmental policy, science and technology control, law and economics, international environmental law, and other topics relating to law and the environment. The Journal accepts submissions from academics, practitioners, or other writers throughout the year.
For a list of current and past issues of SELJ, click here. For more information on submission guidelines and procedures, please click here.