ExpressO is an online submission management tool that enables you to submit an article to multiple law reviews at one time.
The Law School has a faculty-only institutional account with ExpressO. To use ExpressO you must have an individual account that is approved to submit under the Law School institutional account.
To Setup an Individual Account:
First, go to http://law.bepress.com/expresso/, click on My Account, and click the Sign Up button to create an account.
Next, email Librarian Jessica Hanes (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request that your individual account be added to the Law School's institutional account. Once you receive confirmation from Jessica that you have been added to the Law School's institutional account, you may submit an article.
To Submit an Article:
You or your faculty assistant can go to http://law.bepress.com/do/expresso/submit/ to submit an article on your behalf.
Who Pays for This?
Each time you submit through ExpressO, the Law School institutional account is charged, and the funds are posted to your faculty Cook Account.
If you do not have a faculty Cook Account or other similar research funds, you will receive a bill from the Law School.
You may submit through ExpressO as many times, or as frequently as you choose. If you exceed the funds in your faculty Cook Account or other research funds, you will receive a bill from the Law School for the additional amount.
If you have any questions regarding ExpressO, please contact Librarian Jessica Hanes at email@example.com or 734-647-8713.
ExpressO for Law Students:
The Law School does not have an institutional account for students, but can subsidize a student’s use of ExpressO up to $50. Please note that it is a one-time only reimbursement (not per use, or per year).
One you create an individual account and submit your article, bring your receipt to Marilyn Genoa for reimbursement. You may contact Marilyn by phone at 734-764-0516, or go to her office in 301 Hutchins Hall.