Tag Archives: Law Reviews

Why Your Library Needs to Proactively Support Journal Students

I’m not going to talk about the pandemic today. Nope. Now, let’s move onto something else that recently troubled me. In a recent AALL community post, someone asked about interlibrary loan functions for journal students and one reply really caught … Continue reading

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It’s time to get into the law review game

by Margaret Jane Ambrose Bear with me; I know it’s an old wound. It was back in 2011 that Chief Justice Roberts lobbed a bomb at the academic community by deriding law reviews for being esoteric to the point of having … Continue reading

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