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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Are Prawfs colonizing the Harvard Law Review?

No need to fear such a melodramatic interpretation. But the facts do warrant a shout-out to the good taste of the Harvard Law Review's editors for the current April 2008 issue. First is an article by guest prawf extraordinaire, Rick Hills, called Land Assembly Districts (written with Michael Heller). Next is a review essay by my law school mentor and Prawf Alum, Rob Howse, entitled, The End of the Globalization Debate. Congrats to both Rick and Rob; I'm looking forward to putting these on my to-read pile for the post-exam drafting pre-exam grading reprieve.

Posted by Administrators on April 23, 2008 at 12:27 PM in Article Spotlight | Permalink

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