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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Christmas in November

I'm always so excited around this time of year.  And here it is -- the new Harvard Law Review Supreme Court issue.  And with a Foreword by the Pos, no less! 

A side note:  True law review geeks, or folks like me who are interested in the sociology of the legal academy as well as the law-like substance it produces, should already have read, or should immediately read, Mark Tushnet and Timothy Lynch's piece, "The Project of the Harvard Forewords: A Social and Intellectual Inquiry," 11 Const. Comm. 463 (1994-95).

Posted by Paul Horwitz on November 16, 2005 at 01:13 PM in Article Spotlight | Permalink


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Interesting Harvard Record article by A3G (D. Lat)


Posted by: SomeGuy | Nov 16, 2005 4:14:29 PM

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