Sunday, April 01, 2012
The Most Important Legal Scholarship Debate Resolved
It's a pleasure being back at Prawfsblawg. Thanks to Danny and the team for the visit this month. I've actually been really excited about this for a while.
Well, I'm pleased to report that I have the answer to this question. With a little help from some students at the BYU Law Review and my assistant, we were able to analyze submissions in a one month peak submission period (February 2012) to determine how many article titles had a colon in them and how many did not. The results of course are statistically significant and representative of all other law reviews in the country this year.* We found that . . . colons are still in vogue though just barely winning out over non-coloned titles (348 v. 331). Check out the stats:
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