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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

JOTWELL: Tushnet on the Junior Fed Courts Workshop

The new essay on JOTWELL's Courts Law is a guest piece from Mark Tushnet (Harvard) on the Federal Courts Junior Scholars Workshop. Mark presented his comments at JOTWELL's Fifth Anniversary Conference back in the fall. He offers some interesting thoughts about that conference and about the proliferation of junior scholars conferences.

Our own Steve Vladeck began this program all the way back in 2008 and I had the privilege and pleasure of hosting back in 2011. It really is a great program that has taken on an amazing life of its own.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on January 14, 2015 at 09:31 AM in Article Spotlight, Howard Wasserman | Permalink

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Professor Tushnet says "I have a strong sense that as one looks higher up in the hierarchy of law schools, one finds increasing disdain for purely doctrinal scholarship." Do you agree with this?

Posted by: MB Kao | Jan 15, 2015 8:08:03 PM

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