The Research Instruction Committee of the RIPS-SIS is looking for persons interested in reviewing legal research texts. This is an ongoing project with previous reviews published on the RIPS website. Over the past two years a number of new texts have come out and need reviewed. The timetable for the reviews is May 2011. If you are interested please contact Marc Silverman (email@example.com).
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