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What year will the HLR stop publishing?

Volokh Conspirator Orin Kerr, in his links to SCOTUSblog's new reports with voting stats from the recently completed Supreme Court term, tucks an interesting aside into his commentary. Referring to the reports, he writes:

"(This used to be a job for the Harvard Law Review's annual Supreme Court issue, but thanks to G&H's summer associates and the blogosphere more generally, such stats will be old news by the time the issue comes out in the coming winter.)"

Exactly. Click here for Kerr's review of notable findings from the reports and here for Kerr's post on new elite law review editorial policies that call for shorter articles.

Posted by Laurel Newby on June 30, 2005 at 03:26 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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