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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Notre Dame Law Review symposia

This is a bit shameless, I know, but I cannot help it.  The Notre Dame Law Review has released two symposium volumes:  "Separation of Powers as a Safeguard of Federalism" and "Stare Decisis and Non-Judicial Actors".  (The latter volume also includes our own Paul Horwitz's outstanding paper, "Three Faces of Deference".)  "Separation of Powers" includes papers by Justice Scalia, Brad Clark, Bill Eskridge, Beth Garrett, John Manning, Peter Strauss, Carlos Vazquez, and Ernie Young.  "Stare Decisis" features articles by Amy Barrett, Thomas Healy, Mike Paulsen, Kim Roosevelt, and Mark Tushnet.  Congrats to the outgoing Editorial Staff.  You did great work on these volumes, and you've made your teachers proud.

Posted by Rick Garnett on August 23, 2008 at 05:04 PM in Rick Garnett | Permalink

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Comments

Thanks for putting up all of the PDFs! this is great.

Posted by: anonymous | Nov 6, 2008 5:11:23 PM

I am pleased to announce that the PDFs are now up on the website. Please see:

http://www.ndlawreview.org/current/index.php

Thanks!

Posted by: Kendall W. Hannon | Aug 28, 2008 11:59:31 AM

Oh no, they will be up in the next couple of days and available to all- my colleagues just need to upload them. I will provide an update here when they are successfully uploaded

Posted by: Kendall W. Hannon | Aug 26, 2008 7:51:18 AM

Kendall -- seems like the PDFs are accessible only to ND users and subscribers. Is that what you meant by placing PDFs on the site, or will the articles be available to all? Thx -- looking forward to reading them.

Posted by: andy | Aug 26, 2008 1:51:59 AM

Prawfsblawg gets results!

Seriously, thanks, Kendall, on my own behalf but also on behalf of the other authors who have had the pleasure of appearing in your journal. I think this is a great service to authors, who want above all to be read, and greatly enhances the usefulness of the web site. Much appreciated.

Posted by: Paul Horwitz | Aug 25, 2008 3:38:05 PM

Prof. Horwitz,

After reading your comment and consulting with my production editor, I am pleased to announce that effective with Volume 83, Issue 4 (the Symposium issue discussed by Prof. Garnett) the PDFs will be placed on the Notre Dame Law Review website, http://www.ndlawreview.org

-Kendall

Posted by: Kendall W. Hannon | Aug 25, 2008 2:48:35 PM

You'll get no argument from me! And you might have added that some of the notes in the recent issues have been fantastic. But I hope you can convince your terrific editors to think about adding links to PDF versions of published papers at the NDLR web page.

Posted by: Paul Horwitz | Aug 25, 2008 10:08:02 AM

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