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Hanover, PA — Sheridan has been awarded print production and distribution of the Yale Law Journal (YLJ), the student-run law review affiliated with Yale Law School. One of the most cited legal publications in the country, YLJ is also one of the oldest, established by Yale law students in 1891.

Sheridan will begin production with Volume 126 Issue #1 in October, 2016. YLJ editors will use Sheridan’s customized law template to format and style the Journal automatically. Sheridan has also established an electronic order center to manage and produce author offprints on behalf of the Journal. YLJ is issued eight times a year.

In 2005, the Journal was also the first leading law review to publish an online companion, which is known today as the YLJ Forum, an interactive hub for short-form work, facilitating timely discussion of law and legal scholarship.

Hilary Ledwell, Editor-in-Chief of Volume 126 of YLJ, noted, “The Yale Law Journal Company is delighted to begin its partnership with Sheridan. Timely and professional printing and distribution is core for us, and working with an organization like Sheridan will allow us to maintain our reputation as a premier journal.”

Paul Bozuwa, Sheridan Chief Sales Officer, said, “We are honored to have been selected by the Yale Law Journal Company as their print and distribution partner. The Yale Law Journal carries with it a legacy of authority and impact, and Sheridan is very pleased to add YLJ to the impressive collection of top ranked law journals we print.”

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About Yale Law Journal
The Yale Law Journal (YLJ), established in 1891 by seven Yale Law School students, has been in continuous operation since its inception. Today, one of the oldest and most widely cited laws reviews in the nation, YLJ remains at the forefront of legal scholarship, sparking conversation and encouraging reflection among scholars and students, as well as practicing lawyers and sitting judges and Justices. Led by nine Officers and a Board of Directors, the Journal is published eight times a year by The Yale Law Journal Company, Inc. www.yalelawjournal.org

About Sheridan
Sheridan is a leading provider of print, publishing services and technology solutions to publishers, associations, university presses, and catalogers. With four U.S. based-production facilities, each location has a market specialty that supports STM and commercial reprints, scholarly journals, magazines, catalogs, or books. www.sheridan.com.