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Thursday, June 28, 2007

CONNtemplations: Do Law Reviews Matter?

You may have read Paul and Steve's discussions of CONNtemplations, the new online companion for the Connecticut Law Review.  The three of us each contributed essays for the launch, along with Al Brophy, John Doyle, and Ronen Perry.  The title of the inaugural edition is "Do Law Reviews Matter? ", and the commentary flows from a set of articles by Ronen Perry and Al Brophy on the law review's relationship to law schools and legal scholarship.  Some links for your reference:

All of these essays are available in .html as well as .pdf form.  There are comment sections for each article -- I encourage you to comment over at CONNtemplations and start the dialogue.

Posted by Matt Bodie on June 28, 2007 at 11:51 AM in Article Spotlight, Life of Law Schools | Permalink


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